The Protocols and Formats Working Group is no longer chartered to operate. Its work will continue in two new Working Groups:

  • Accessible Platform Architectures, to review specifications, develop technical support materials, collaborate with other Working Groups on technology accessibility, and coordinate harmonized accessibility strategies within W3C; and
  • Accessible Rich Internet Applications, to continue development of the Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA) suite of technologies and other technical specifications when needed to bridge known gaps.

Resources from the PFWG remain available to support long-term institutional memory, but this information is of historical value only.

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  1. CSS/tactile braille and haptic‏‎ (6 categories)
  2. CSS‏‎ (5 categories)
  3. CSS/braille css‏‎ (5 categories)
  4. CSS/braille css requirements‏‎ (5 categories)
  5. DOM/DOM3 events‏‎ (4 categories)
  6. Click versus activate‏‎ (4 categories)
  7. Social Web‏‎ (3 categories)
  8. ARIA Primer To-do‏‎ (2 categories)
  9. Use Cases for Extended Descriptions‏‎ (2 categories)
  10. ARIA Roadmap To-do‏‎ (2 categories)
  11. ARIA/SVG Roles‏‎ (2 categories)
  12. ARIA/Tests/Testable Statements‏‎ (2 categories)
  13. ARIA/Tests‏‎ (2 categories)
  14. ARIA Specification To-do‏‎ (2 categories)
  15. ARIA Best Practices To-do‏‎ (2 categories)
  16. ARIA User Agent Implementation Guide To-do‏‎ (2 categories)
  17. ARIA/UAIG Tests‏‎ (2 categories)

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