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  • Time limit: 10 minutes
  • Number of questions: 11
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multi Answer and True/False
  • Difficulty: Advance
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DQ - Module 11: Custom JavaScript/ARIA Widgets ARIA Concepts

DQ - Module 11: Custom JavaScript/ARIA Widgets ARIA Concepts

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ARIA is a programming language that communicates information like names, roles, and values to screen readers.

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aria-label and aria-labelledby consistently work for labelling non-semantic elements such as <div> and <span>.

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Assigning role="application" to a region disables most screen reader keystrokes within the region to allow developers to create custom keystrokes.

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ARIA attributes like aria-expanded, aria-checked, and aria-busy convey what information to screen reader users?

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It is best to use actual HTML elements instead of pseudo HTML roles so developers don't always have to create functionality for elements by using JavaScript.

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The difference between aria-live="assertive" and aria-live="polite" is that aria-live="assertive" waits for a screen reader to finish its current statement before announcing new content.

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Which ARIA attribute is used to provide additional information about an element?

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Which type of ARIA roles are used to convey the layout of a web page?

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Which role should be assigned within an application region to give screen readers access to regular text in the region?

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All of the following are ways to communicate the names of elements, EXCEPT:

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The purpose of ARIA roles is to:

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