HTML - Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA) (Role and Attribute)

HTML - Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA) (Role and Attribute)

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To enable assistive technology products to expose a more fine-grained interface than is otherwise possible with HTML elements and attributes, a set of annotations for assistive technology products can be specified:

Parts of easy accessibility

Text to Speech

Documentation / Reference





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GUI - ( Widget | Graphical element)

A widget is a user interface object in a graphical user interface (GUI), such as a button or a scroll bar. Widgets range: from simple objects that have one value or operation (e.g., check boxes and...
HTML - (Tree|Nested) List

A List inside a list See also the related ARIA TR/wai-aria/rolestree role
HTML - Attribute

An attribute in HTML is an XML attribute of an HTML element Attribute names are TR/html-markup/documents.htmlcase-insensitive. Classes and IDs are attributes used in the selection of element....
HTML - Image (Img tag)

img is an fetch element that represents an image. An image in HTML can also be represented with a picture element that defines logically the same image but may have different physical image (different...
HTML - Li element (list item)

HTML li is an element that represents a single item in a. ordered: ol list or unordered: ul list This example shows a ordered list If you want to select a li list item, you need to use a...
HTML - Main (Content of Body)

main is an element that represents the main [[content|content of the body of a document or application. It has implicitly the main aria role. article
Html Radio Illustration
HTML - Radio

A radio represents a serie of mutually-exclusive choices in a form. It is an input element of type radio. A radio is round to distinguish from the square checkbox. As the checkbox, the state...
Html Checkbox Illustration
How to create and use a HTML checkbox ?

This article gives you all the important information about HTML checkbox and how to use them
XHTML - (WAI-ARIA) Role attribute

The XHTML Role Attribute allows the author to annotate XML Languages with machine-extractable semantic information the purpose of an element. Most of the roles have been defined as part of Accessible...



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