Edit ISSUE-753: use X attribute if it was not used as the accessible name





Raised By:


Add notes (no markup allowed, URIs get automatically hyperlinked):

No related emails.

Related notes:

This is covered in step. D of the ARIA name and description spec. where it refers to the host language definition of text alternatives. These alternatives are defined for each element in the HTML AAM. Hence it is very clear.

I have logged an issue whereby the HTML-AAM does not address use of the ARIA name and description spec. when an aria role is applied.

Richard Schwerdtfeger, 10 Jul 2017, 17:00:38

Here is the HTML AAM issue logged: https://github.com/w3c/html-aam/issues/100

Richard Schwerdtfeger, 10 Jul 2017, 17:04:06

Given that:
- we refer to the host language spec. for text alternatives in step D and HTML's AAM is prescriptive as to what those text alternatives are.
- we have logged an issue against HTML AAM regarding the need to refer to the ARIA spec. in the case of ARIA roles being applied where there is no conflict
- It is up to HTML AAM to correct the ARIA role application for name and description
I am closing this issue.

Richard Schwerdtfeger, 10 Jul 2017, 17:10:07

Joanmarie Diggs <jdiggs@igalia.com>, James Nurthen <nurthen@adobe.com>, Chairs, Michael Cooper <cooper@w3.org>, Ruoxi Ran <ran@w3.org>, Staff Contacts
Tracker: documentation, (configuration for this group), originally developed by Dean Jackson, is developed and maintained by the Systems Team <w3t-sys@w3.org>.
$Id: index.php,v 1.326 2018/10/13 17:29:51 vivien Exp $