5 Rules For Using ARIA Roles, States, And Properties

How do you know when to use ARIA and when it isn’t necessary? What do roles do to native HTML semantics? Are there additional requirements for working with ARIA? All these questions are easily answer if you understand the five rules for using ARIA in HTML.

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Why You Should Improve Your Artistic Skills, If You Want To Keep Your Design Job

Are you sad about the lack of creative looking websites? Do you think too many websites look the same? Do you know how to turn your desire for more creative and unique aesthetics into a selling point for your business?

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The ARIA Roles Model Part 2

There are a lot ARIA roles, states, and properties to remember. Add in all the details of each and it’s unlikely you’re going to memorize all of ARIA. I suspect most of us will need to look things up more often than not. Fortunately the roles model can help us do just that.

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Web Design Has As Much Soul Now As It Did Before

Have you been following all the talk about the lack of creativity and the lack interesting aesthetics that the web design and development industry has producing the last few years?

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The ARIA Roles Model Part 1

What can you do when the native semantics of the HTML you use don’t communicate enough information or they don’t communicate appropriate information to assistive devices? You use ARIA roles, states, and properties to communicate the semantics instead.

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