This document provided readers with an understanding of how to use WAI-ARIA to create accessible rich internet applications. It described considerations that might not be evident to most authors from the WAI-ARIA specification alone and recommends approaches to make widgets, navigation, and behaviors accessible using WAI-ARIA roles, states, and properties. This document was directed primarily to Web application developers, but the guidance is also useful for user agent and assistive technology developers. This document is part of the WAI-ARIA suite described in the WAI-ARIA Overview.
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This is a Working Draft by the Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA) Working Group of the Web Accessibility Initiative. This version has been published in order to "retire" the document. It was originally developed by the Protocols and Formats Working Group (PFWG) to provide guidance to authors using the Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA) technology. The PFWG did not finalize the document, and the ARIA Working Group began work on a new version, WAI-ARIA Authoring Practices 1.1, to accompany WAI-ARIA 1.1. To avoid conflicts with updated advice, this document is published with empty content in order to direct readers to newer resources.
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This document is governed by the 1 September 2015 W3C Process Document.