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Re: ARIA with screen readers
From: Birkir R. Gunnarsson
Date: Dec 26, 2021 9:04AM
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1. aria-required is valid on the grouping element of radio buttons
(the <fieldset> or <div> with role="group" or role="radiogroup"). I'd
put it there rather than on each individual radio button (if you are
using the HTML required attribute, I think you have to put it on the
individual radio inputs, it's not valid to put it on the <fieldset>).
The HTML spec recommends only using radio buttons if one is already
selected. If that's the case you wouldn't need to mark the group as
required since users can't de-select a radio button without selecting
Businesses don't like this approach, however, because they don't want
to make any choices for the customer.
2. This is likely a Talkback bug (assuming the attribute is used on a
If you can find where to file it, go ahead. If you want others to
comment or follow up you can send the bug reference to this list.
On 12/25/21, Sumit Patel < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
> Hi all,
> I was going through some of the ARIA examples in multiple websites.
> some doubts popped up in my mind.
> 1. aria-required attribute In radio groups,
> I have seen both the practices to make the screen reader to announce
> the required attribute.
> In the first, using aria-required attribute in the div tag.
> Second one is providing the same to individual radio buttons
> Are both acceptable since screen reader convey the required attribute
> in both the scenarios?
> 2. Using aria-sort to convey the ascending / descending state for the
> sortable table
> I have observed Talkback screen reader is not conveying the state in
> both activation and swipe navigation to the user. Seems like talkback
> I have seen talkback is identifying the state in some of the examples.
> but, they have used aria-live or aria-label to make it announce in
> those examples. Seems like aria-sort is not supported with talkback
> screen reader.
> But, I couldn't find any github or any other discussion form link to
> confirm it. if anyone has it, please share with me
> Thanks in advance,
> > > > >
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