User Agent Bindings for Activating Links
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UAAG 1.0 Requirement
Default input configuration
Ensure that the user agent default input configuration includes bindings for the following functionalities required by other checkpoints in this document: move content focus to the next enabled element in document order, and move content focus to the previous enabled element in document order (checkpoints 9.3 and 9.7); activate the link designated by the content focus (checkpoints 1.1 and 9.1); search for text, search again for same text (checkpoint 9.8); increase the scale of rendered text, and decrease the scale of rendered text (checkpoint 4.1); increase global volume, and decrease global volume (checkpoint 4.7); and stop, pause, resume, and navigate efficiently selected audio and animations, including video and animated images (checkpoint 4.5).
Full keyboard access
Ensure that the user can operate, through keyboard input alone, any user agent functionality available through the user interface.
- Using the keyboard or an assistive technology that emulates the keyboard, move focus to the "Test Link" on this page.
- Using the keyboard or an assistive technology that emulates the keyboard, activate the "Test Link" on this page.
- Using the input configuration of the default user agent bindings, the user can activate the link using the keyboard or an assistive technology that emulates the keyboard.
<a href="../action/return.html" shape="rect">Test Link</a>
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User Agent Accessibility Guidelines (UAAG)
. This work is conducted by the
User Agent Accessibility Guidelines Working
, which is part of W3C's
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Last modified: $Date: 2003/04/02 23:46:57 $ by $Author: jongund $
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