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Re: Sequence Question


From: Birkir R. Gunnarsson
Date: Feb 3, 2020 5:08PM

Definitely it'd be the content after.
If you use role="group" and aria-labelledby pointing to the id of the
button the user would know either way (role="region" is a better fit
if you go with the spec but role="group" has better a.t. support).

On 2/3/20, Steve Green < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
> They will assume that the expanded / collapsed state refers to the content
> after the button.
> Steve Green
> Managing Director
> Test Partners Ltd
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> Subject: [WebAIM] Sequence Question
> If a screen reader user encounters a button with aria-expanded="true" are
> they more likely to think that that button controls the content just before
> it in code order, or just after it in code order? This is without
> experimenting with the button and assumes that there is content both before
> and after the button, and that the button was not toggled to "true" by the
> user.
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