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Your questions seem to be: Can I specify itemprop="url" on li? Can I specify itemprop="name" on a? The answer to both of these questions is: No, you should not do that. Microdata defines special parsing rules for elements like a. Schema.org’s url property expects a URL as value. Microdata defines that you have to use a, area or link for specifying ...
SiteNavigationElement has a problem for me, and for some other people as well, like we can see in the question posted by @bybe in a comment. we can say that the problem is lack of scope. Is SiteNavigationElement referred to a single item of the navigation system, and so it is read as: an Element of the Navigation of the Site. Or it is referred to the whole ...
There's no specific recommendations for WCAG 2.0 or even in HTML5 (yet). You can probably wrap it with a <code> tag (like Joel Etherton suggested). ASCII art is different though. WCAG recommends that you provide the user a text description and a way to skip it. See H86.
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