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  1. Using a WAI-ARIA role to expose the role of a user interface component‏‎ (4 categories)
  2. Using ARIA landmarks to identify regions of a page‏‎ (4 categories)
  3. Using aria-describedby for link purpose‏‎ (4 categories)
  4. Using aria-label for link purpose‏‎ (4 categories)
  5. ARIA-edit: F59: Failure of Success Criterion 4.1.2 due to using script to make div or span a user interface control in HTML without providing a role for the control‏‎ (4 categories)
  6. Using aria-label to provide labels for objects‏‎ (4 categories)
  7. Using WAI-ARIA aria-checked=mixed‏‎ (4 categories)
  8. ARIA-edit: F63: Failure of Success Criterion 2.4.4 due to providing link context only in content that is not related to the link‏‎ (4 categories)
  9. F15: Failure of Success Criterion 4.1.2 due to implementing custom controls that do not use an accessibility API for the technology, or do so incompletely‏‎ (4 categories)
  10. Using ARIA trees‏‎ (4 categories)
  11. Using aria-labelledby for link purpose‏‎ (4 categories)
  12. Using WAI-ARIA state and property attributes to expose the state of a user interface component‏‎ (4 categories)
  13. ARIA-edit: F68: Failure of Success Criterion 1.3.1 and 4.1.2 due to the association of label and user interface controls not being programmatically determined‏‎ (4 categories)
  14. Using aria-describedby for link purpose - May 2014‏‎ (4 categories)
  15. Using the WAI-ARIA aria-expanded state to mark expandable and collapsible regions‏‎ (4 categories)
  16. Using aria-labelledby to provide a text alternative for non-text content‏‎ (4 categories)
  17. F86: Failure of Success Criterion 4.1.2 due to not providing names for each part of a multi-part form field, such as a US telephone number‏‎ (4 categories)
  18. Using aria-labelledby to concatenate a label from several text nodes‏‎ (4 categories)
  19. Using title for 1.1.1‏‎ (4 categories)
  20. F85: Failure of Success Criterion 2.4.3 due to using dialogs or menus that are not adjacent to their trigger control in the sequential navigation order‏‎ (4 categories)
  21. Failure of 4.1.2 due to using Using Abstract Roles‏‎ (3 categories)
  22. Using role="heading" to identify headings‏‎ (3 categories)
  23. Using aria-label to provide an invisible label where a visible label cannot be used‏‎ (3 categories)
  24. Using aria-describedby to provide descriptions of images‏‎ (3 categories)
  25. Using aria-activedescendant‏‎ (3 categories)
  26. Using role=heading to identify headings‏‎ (3 categories)
  27. Techniques/General/Using a static text alternative to describe a talking head video‏‎ (3 categories)
  28. Using aria-activedescendant to allow changes in focus within widgets to be communicated to Assistive Technology‏‎ (3 categories)
  29. Using WAI-ARIA states and properties to create an interactive grid‏‎ (3 categories)
  30. Using ARIA role of alert for Error Feedback in Forms‏‎ (3 categories)
  31. Using aria-labelledby to provide a name for user interface controls‏‎ (3 categories)
  32. Using ARIA menus‏‎ (3 categories)
  33. Using WAI-ARIA states and properties to create a menu‏‎ (3 categories)
  34. Using grouping roles to identify related form controls‏‎ (3 categories)
  35. Using aria-flowto‏‎ (3 categories)
  36. Making actions keyboard accessible by using keyboard event handlers with WAI-ARIA controls‏‎ (3 categories)
  37. Using aria-alertdialog to Identify Errors‏‎ (3 categories)
  38. Using aria-expanded to indicate the state of a collapsible element‏‎ (3 categories)
  39. Using aria-label for 1.1.1‏‎ (3 categories)
  40. Using the TextTrack API to provide captions dynamically‏‎ (3 categories)
  41. Using aria-label to provide an invisible label‏‎ (3 categories)
  42. Using ARIA role=dialog to implement a modal dialog box‏‎ (3 categories)
  43. Using ARIA landmarks to bypass blocks of content, and provide programmatic structure.‏‎ (3 categories)
  44. Using WAI-ARIA range attributes for range widgets such as progressbar, scrollbar, slider, and spinbutton‏‎ (3 categories)
  45. Failure of Success Criterion 1.3.1 for incorrectly associating table headers and content via the headers and id attributes‏‎ (2 categories)
  46. Using CSS to highlight the focused element‏‎ (2 categories)
  47. Techniques/General/Caption Updates‏‎ (2 categories)
  48. Techniques/HTML5/Using the required attribute to indicate a required input field‏‎ (2 categories)
  49. Using the track element to provide audio descriptions‏‎ (2 categories)
  50. Grouping related links using the nav element‏‎ (2 categories)

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