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Introduction à WAI ARIA (traduction) | Les intégristes

by piouPiouM & 9 others
Traduction de l’article “Introduction to WAI ARIA“, publié par Gez Lemon sur Dev Opera, le site d’Opera Software destiné aux développeurs.


ARIA and Web 2.0 Accessibility

by greut

by Rich Schwerdtfeger from IBM

XHTML Role Attribute Module

by greut (via)

The attribute describes the role(s) the current element plays in the context of the document. This can be used, for example, by applications and assistive technologies to determine the purpose of an element. This could allow a user to make informed decisions on which actions may be taken on an element and activate the selected action in a device independent way. It could also be used as a mechanism for annotating portions of a document in a domain specific way (e.g., a legal term taxonomy).

how you can improve the definition of what is what. Those roles are present into ARIA.


ARIA: Accessible Rich Internet Applications

by Hieroglyphe
ARIA, formerly known as DHTML accessibility, is an up-and-coming standard being developed at W3C - World Wide Web Consortium. All documents are available on the Protocols and Formats Working Group public page. This includes the ARIA roadmap, the ARIA roles spec and the states module.


Actualité --- Silicon FR --- W3C met en place l'accès des sites Web aux handicapés

by clochix
Le W3C publie une suite de documents pour permettre aux développeurs de créer du contenu Web enrichi et accessible aux personnes handicapées avec les technologies telles qu'AJAX ou DHTML

Roadmap for Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA Roadmap)

by clochix
The Roadmap for Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA Roadmap) addresses the accessibility of dynamic Web content for people with disabilities. The roadmap outlines the technologies to map controls, AJAX live regions, and events to accessibility APIs, including custom controls used for Rich Internet Applications. The roadmap also outlines new navigation techniques to mark common Web structures as menus, primary content, secondary content, banner information and other types of Web structures. These new technologies can be used to improve the accessibility and usability of Web resources by people with disabilities, without extensive modification to existing libraries of Web resources.

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