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Adding WAI-ARIA roles to a Dynamic Layout
WAI-ARIA roles are added to a dynamic layout to provide semantic information about the role of the dynamic layout on the page. The settings for WAI-ARIA roles appear on the General tab of the dynamic layout properties modal dialog. To add an ARIA role to a dynamic layout:
- Click the gear icon on a dynamic layout to open the properties.
- In the dynamic layout cell properties, expand the Accessibility options.
- Select a Role Type. For a description of the various role types and subsequent values, visit the World Wide Web Consortium web site at w3.org.
- Select a Value. The value will differ depending on the role type selected.
- Add a label in the Descriptors area. The label should be a short description of that the dynamic layout content.
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- Adding a main content link to a dynamic layout
A main content link allows a user navigating an application with the keyboard to tab through the interface to pass over non-essential elements and move directly to the most important area of the page. Tabbing past navigation, banners, and non-essential content saves the user time in reaching the main content area.
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