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PUBLIC MARKS from Monique with tags accessibilité & Aria

2012

Démonstration d'un menu déroulant accessible au clavier et à la souris

Cette démonstration correspond à la fiche "Menus déroulants" de la notice d'accessibilité interfaces riches et JavaScript du projet AcceDe Web.

The truth about structuring an HTML5 page | Feature | .net magazine

Part polemic, part instruction manual, The Truth About HTML5 has ignited an interesting debate. Here we present an exclusive excerpt on the problems around structuring in HTML5

When can I use... Support tables for HTML5, CSS3, etc

by 13 others

Compatibility tables for support of HTML5, CSS3, SVG and more in desktop and mobile browsers.

Test ARIA Forward - Test Cases

all ARIA role, states and properties tests in one page

ARIA, il serait temps de s’y mettre ! | Édition N°8 | le train de 13h37

by 2 others

ARIA, vous en avez peut-être entendu parler sans bien savoir à quoi ça sert, ni comment l’utiliser… une lacune qu’Aurélien vous propose de combler en vous en expliquant les bases et en vous montrant plusieurs exemples d’utilisation concrète.

Glisser-déposer accessible avec WAI-ARIA

by 2 others

Cet article est destiné aux personnes voulant créer des applications internet riches avec une fonctionnalité de glisser-déposer et souhaitant la rendre accessible.

Traduction par Cédric Trévisan de "Accessible drag and drop using WAI-ARIA" de Gez Lemon

Alex's blog: DOM Inspector as accessibility tool

When you need to understand why your web page or your ARIA widget has accessibility issues then it's quite handy to inspect both DOM and accessible trees and what's most important to see *relation* between elements of these trees. That's what DOMi gives you.

2011

Confusion over HTML5 & WAI-ARIA | Karl Groves

Recently, Everett Zufelt posted an excellent blog post titled: Are You Confused by HTML5 and WAI-ARIA Yet?. In his post, Everett outlines a number of areas in which the evolving HTML5 specification and the WAI-ARIA specification conflict with one another in ways which can cause confusion among web developers.

2010

HTML5, ARIA Roles, and Screen Readers in May 2010 — Research — Accessible Culture

I wanted to play around a bit and confirm for myself how some of the leading screen readers for Windows, namely JAWS 11, Window-Eyes 7.11, NVDA 2010.1, and SAToGo 3.0.202, currently handle basic HTML5 sectioning elements as well as ARIA landmark and other roles

2009

ginger's thoughts » video accessibility

Demo of deep hyperlinking into HTML5 video

2008