If you do your element clickable then add attribute role="button" to tell screen reader that the element is a button. This is useful especially for element A where we want to tell that this is a button, not a link. Read more on MDN.

Note: Windows Narrator on Windows 7 doesn’t read web content inside the browsers.


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2 Responses to “Accessibility Tip: ARIA role button”

  1. Paweł, 19 June 2013

    If you want a button, then use and style it! 🙂

  2. Cezary Tomczyk, 19 June 2013

    Not sure if button can be used outside of form.

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