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ARIA in HTML – there goes the neighborhood

Posted on Wednesday, 1 October 2014 by Steve Faulkner
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Will HTML5 make the use of WAI-ARIA in HTML redundant? the short answer is definitely not. There are many ARIA roles and properties that are not provided by native elements and attributes in HTML5. Also developers still have the desire to roll their own interactive controls or web components even though they have been available […]

I am thrilled to hear that TPG will be part of the state blanket contract allowing our agencies to use your unique expertise and broad knowledge of accessibility. This is a bright day for citizens of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Sarah Bourne, Director of Assistive Technology – IT Division, Commonwealth of Massachusetts