• Fee: Free Practice Tests (based on WAS Guide https://www.accessibilityassociation.org/ )
  • Passing score: 95%
  • Time limit: 40 minutes
  • Number of questions: 50
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multi Answer and True/False
  • Difficulty: Advance
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ITAO - Module 2 – Page structure and semantics (Test 1)

ITAO - Module 2 – Page structure and semantics (Test 1)

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Use ________________ attributes if HTML5 sectioning elements cannot be used.

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Use the __________ or ____________ attribute to differentiate multiple <nav> items.

A) aria-label

B) aria-labelledby

C) aria-describedby

D) aria-live

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_____________  users can use headings to navigate to different sections quickly.

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A region of the document that represents a collection of form-associated elements, some of which can represent editable values that can be submitted to a server for processing is called _____________.

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_________________  create chunks of information that can be found easily by people with disabilities, such as a blind person using a screen reader, or a person with a cognitive disability who uses assistive technology that delineates groups of information, or someone with a communication disability or illiteracy, who uses a screen reader to assist them in their reading.

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Ensure___________  are meaningful, concise and describe the topic or purpose

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If the <form> element is named (using aria-label, aria-labelledby or titleattribute), it will be designated as a____________ .

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______________   users need to build a mental model of the page, and are dependent on content authors to identify, with the appropriate markup, any headings, menus, banners, paragraphs, lists, quotes, code, tables and other features.

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Don’t use heading elements for_________  that is not a heading. Instead, use _________  to change font size or styles

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When_____________  are nested hierarchically, the most important information is given the highest logical level, and subsections are given subsequent logical levels.

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A ________________  is not considered a banner when it is the child of <article>, <aside>, <main>, <nav> or <section>.

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Headings are visually larger and more distinct than the surrounding text and provide an outline of the _______________ .

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The ARIA live region must be present on the page and must be empty before inserting the content to be announced.

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The following example shows :

<div id="leftnav" role="navigation" aria-labelledby="leftnavheading"><h2 id="leftnavheading">Institutional Links</h2><ul><li>...a list of links here ...</li> </ul></div><div id="rightnav" role="navigation" aria-labelledby="rightnavheading"><h2 id="rightnavheading">Related topics</h2><ul><li>...a list of links here ...</li></ul></div>

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For HTML5 sectioning element <header> when child is <body> ARIA landmark roles is _______________.

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A region that contains information about the parent document such as copyrights and links to privacy statements is called ______________.

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Limit the use of _____________ to primary and secondary navigations.

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A collection of links suitable for use when navigating the document or related documents is called _____________.

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If you use role="form", provide a brief label using _____________ attribute that describes the purpose of the form.

A) aria-label

B) aria-labelledby

C) title

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When writing instructions for understanding and operating content, identify items by their ______________.

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If the <section> element is named (using aria-label, aria-labelledby or titleattribute), it will be designated as a___________ .

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Ensure_____________  follow a hierarchical sequence without skipping any levels

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A region that contains the prime heading or internal title of a page is called a ______________.

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Which of the following is NOT a consideration when moving focus to new content:

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The________________  role is declared by a screen reader along with the name, if any.

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The following example shows a best practice of ___________________ , and there is no existing text on the page that can be referenced as the label.

<div id="leftnav" role="navigation" aria-label="Primary"><ul><li>...a list of links here ...</li></ul> </div><div id="rightnav" role="navigation" aria-label="Secondary"><ul><li>...a list of links here ...</li> </ul></div>

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You identify regions of the page with

A) HTML5 sectioning elements

B) ARIA landmark roleattributes.

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______________  to allow users the ability to navigate a page by sections or skip repeated blocks of information.

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Use _____________  rather than role="form" when the form is used for search functionality.

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_____________  users can skim through the page by reading the headings.

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Any section of the document that supports the main content, yet is separate and meaningful on its own is knows as __________________.

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When moving focus to an element that is not focusable, it is important to include which one of the following attributes on the container:

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When a user allows a session to time out, it is not necessary to save data because the user would have extended the session if they intended to continue.

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If you use _______________ , provide a brief label (using aria-label, aria-labelledby or title attribute) that describes the purpose of the content in the region.

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Ensure all content on the page is included in a_____________  as content outside can be easily missed.

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It is important to mark up__________  semantically so that everyone benefits.

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This is an example of a _______________:

<form role="search"><label for="s6">search</label><input id="s6" type="text" size="20">...</form>

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Use the _______________  attribute to label a <nav> region that begins with a heading element.

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_______________, also known as page regions, enable screen reader users to identify and navigate directly to important sections of a web page, skipping over blocks of content.

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Example of descriptive headings following a hierarchy without skipping a level:

<h1>Web Accessibility Fundamentals</h1>   <h2>What is Web Accessibility?</h2>   <h2>Types of Disabilities</h2>      <h3>Blind</h3>   <h2>Accessibility Guidelines<h2>      <h3>Web Content Accessibility Guidelines</h3>

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Users with _____________  can understand the structure and find content more easily.

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Provide one __________  heading that describes the page content

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Ensure only one instance of:

A) <header>

B) <footer>

C) <main>

 

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This is an example of ___________________:

<div role="application" aria-labelledby="p123" aria-describedby="info">  <h1 id="p123">Calendar<h1>  <p id="info">    This calendar shows the game schedule for the Boston Red Sox.  </p><div role="grid">  ...</div>

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If one of your pages employs a time-limit, which of the following are recommended?

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ARIA live announcements are an effective way to notify users of new content without moving the user's focus.

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When HTML5 sectioning element <footer> is used then the ARIA Landmark role is __________________.

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Define the basics of your page structure with the right HTML element for the job, aka using ____________  .

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________________   help users identify different sections within the content.

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aria-live="assertive" always gives screen reader users updates, while aria-live="polite" asks the user if they would like updates.

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