ARIA is a bridging technology, which provides a means to make Web applications and widgets more accessible to a diverse range of users, including those who use assistive technologies. It provides additional semantics to describe the role, state, and functionality of many familiar user interface controls, such as menus, sliders, trees, and dialogs. It also provides additional structural information, helping authors identify landmarks, regions, and grids on their pages. ARIA enables dynamic, JavaScript-driven applications and widgets to inter-operate with a variety of desktop-based assistive technologies.

Accessible Rich Internet Applications

Examples / Demonstrations