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WAI-ARIA describes how to add semantics and other metadata to HTML content in order to make user interface controls and dynamic content more accessible. For example, with WAI-ARIA it is possible to identify a list of links as a navigation menu and to state whether it is expanded or collapsed. Although originally developed to address accessibility issues in HTML, the use of WAI-ARIA is not limited to HTML: in principle, it can also be used in other markup languages such as Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG). SVG 1.2 Tiny added support for WAI-ARIA in the 15 September 2008 working draft.
- Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA) Version 1.0
- This is primarily aimed at developers of Web browsers assistive technologies and other user agents, developers of other technical specifications, and developers of accessibility evaluation tools.
- WAI-ARIA Primer
- This is a technical introduction to WAI-ARIA. It describes the problems WAI-ARIA tries to address, the underlying concepts, the technical approach and business reasons for adopting WAI-ARIA.
- WAI-ARIA Best Practices
- This document describes best practices for delivering rich internet applications with WAI-ARIA: it discusses subjects such as general steps for building accessible widgets, keyboard navigation, relationships, form properties, drag-and-drop support, alert and dialog boxes, reusable component libraries, and testing.
- Roadmap for Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA Roadmap)
- Much of the content of this document has been moved into other documents.
- ↑ See SVG 1.2 Tiny: role attribute and SVG 1.2 Tiny: Extensible metadata attributes.
- ↑ WAI-ARIA Overview
- ↑ Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA) Version 1.0, W3C Last Call Working Draft 24 February 2009
- ↑ WAI-ARIA Primer
- ↑ WAI-ARIA Best Practices – W3C Working Draft 4 February 2008
- ↑ Roadmap for Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA Roadmap)
- Introduction to WAI ARIA by Gez Lemon
- Codetalks developer focused wiki with tutorials, videos, and articles relating to ARIA (materials under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 license)
- Henny Swan (Opera): Setting up a screen reader test environment for WAI-ARIA
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