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From: Ian Hickson via cvs-syncmail <cvsmail@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2011 21:51:49 +0000
To: public-html-commits@w3.org
Message-Id: <E1QFZ7l-0000xF-LQ@lionel-hutz.w3.org>
Update of /sources/public/html5/spec
In directory hutz:/tmp/cvs-serv3651

Modified Files:
	Overview.html 
Log Message:
Discourage cargo-cult authoring that would lead to poor accessibility. (whatwg r6040)

Index: Overview.html
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RCS file: /sources/public/html5/spec/Overview.html,v
retrieving revision 1.4849
retrieving revision 1.4850
diff -u -d -r1.4849 -r1.4850
--- Overview.html	28 Apr 2011 19:34:19 -0000	1.4849
+++ Overview.html	28 Apr 2011 21:51:45 -0000	1.4850
@@ -9690,10 +9690,16 @@
   and <code title="attr-aria-*">aria-*</code> attributes on <a href="#html-elements">HTML
   elements</a>, in accordance with the requirements described in
   the ARIA specifications, except where these conflict with the
-  <span>strong native semantics</span> described below. These
+  <span>strong native semantics</span> or are equal to the
+  <span>default implied ARIA semantics</span> described below. These
   exceptions are intended to prevent authors from making assistive
   technology products report nonsensical states that do not represent
-  the actual state of the document. <a href="#refsARIA">[ARIA]</a><div class="impl">
+  the actual state of the document. <a href="#refsARIA">[ARIA]</a><p>Authors must not set the ARIA <code title="attr-aria-role">role</code> and <code title="attr-aria-*">aria-*</code> attributes in a manner that
+  conflicts with the semantics described in the following table,
+  except that the <code title="attr-aria-role-presentation">presentation</code> role may
+  always be used. Authors must not set the ARIA <code title="attr-aria-role">role</code> and <code title="attr-aria-*">aria-*</code> attributes to values that match
+  the <span>default implicit ARIA semantics</span> defined in the
+  following two tables.<div class="impl">
 
   <p>User agents are required to implement ARIA semantics on all
   <a href="#html-elements">HTML elements</a>, as defined in the ARIA
@@ -9701,19 +9707,14 @@
   below must be recognized by implementations. <a href="#refsARIAIMPL">[ARIAIMPL]</a></p>
 
   </div><p>The following table defines the <span>strong native
-  semantics</span> <span class="impl">and corresponding <span>implicit
-  ARIA semantics</span></span> that apply to <a href="#html-elements">HTML
-  elements</a>. Each language feature (element or attribute) in a
-  cell in the first column implies the ARIA semantics (role, states,
-  and/or properties) given in the cell in the second column of the
-  same row. Authors must not set the ARIA <code title="attr-aria-role">role</code> and <code title="attr-aria-*">aria-*</code> attributes in a manner that
-  conflicts with the semantics described in the following table,
-  except that the <code title="attr-aria-role-presentation">presentation</code> role may
-  always be used. <span class="impl">When multiple rows apply to an
-  element, the role from the last row to define a role must be
-  applied, and the states and properties from all the rows must be
-  combined.</span><table id="table-aria-strong"><thead><tr><th>Language feature
-     <th>Strong native semantics <span class="impl">and implied ARIA semantics</span>
+  semantics</span> and corresponding <span>default implicit ARIA
+  semantics</span> that apply to <a href="#html-elements">HTML elements</a>. Each
+  language feature (element or attribute) in a cell in the first
+  column implies the ARIA semantics (role, states, and/or properties)
+  given in the cell in the second column of the same row. <span class="impl">When multiple rows apply to an element, the role from
+  the last row to define a role must be applied, and the states and
+  properties from all the rows must be combined.</span><table id="table-aria-strong"><thead><tr><th>Language feature
+     <th>Strong native semantics and default implied ARIA semantics
 
    <tbody><tr><td><code><a href="#the-area-element">area</a></code> element that creates a <a href="#hyperlink">hyperlink</a>
      <td><code title="attr-aria-role-link">link</code> role
@@ -9904,14 +9905,15 @@
      <td>The <code title="title-aria-invalid">aria-invalid</code> state set to "true"
 
   </table><p>Some <a href="#html-elements">HTML elements</a> have native semantics that can be
-  overridden. The following table lists these elements<span class="impl"> and their <span>implicit ARIA semantics</span></span>,
-  along with the restrictions that apply to those elements. Each
-  language feature (element or attribute) in a cell in the first
-  column implies, unless otherwise overridden, the ARIA semantic (role,
-  state, or property) given in the cell in the second column of the
-  same row, but this semantic may be overridden under the conditions
-  listed in the cell in the third column of that row. In addition, any
-  element may be given the <code title="attr-aria-role-presentation">presentation</code> role,
+  overridden. The following table lists these elements and their
+  <span>default implicit ARIA semantics</span>, along with the
+  restrictions that apply to those elements. Each language feature
+  (element or attribute) in a cell in the first column implies, unless
+  otherwise overridden, the ARIA semantic (role, state, or property)
+  given in the cell in the second column of the same row, but this
+  semantic may be overridden under the conditions listed in the cell
+  in the third column of that row. In addition, any element may be
+  given the <code title="attr-aria-role-presentation">presentation</code> role,
   regardless of the restrictions below.<table id="table-aria-weak"><thead><tr><th>Language feature
      <th>Default implied ARIA semantic
      <th>Restrictions
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