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(X)HTML Techniques (Techniques XML Submission Form)

From: nobody <nobody@web3.w3.org>
Date: Mon, 21 Jun 2004 18:11:58 +0000 (GMT)
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Submission Results:

Technology: (X)HTML Techniques 
Techniques Category: Programmatic objects and applets 
Submitter's Name: Chris Ridpath 
Submitter's Email: chris.ridpath@utoronto.ca

<technique id="UNKNOWN">
<short-name>SCRIPT must be keyboard accessible - ONMOUSEUP requires ONKEYUP</short-name>
<applies-to>
 <checkpoint idref="keyboard-operation" />
 <success-criterion idref="UNKNOWN" />
</applies-to>

<checklist-item>
<p>Any element that contains an ONMOUSEUP attribute must also contain an ONKEYUP attribute.</p>
</checklist-item>

<description>


</description>

<user-issues>
 <affects group="UNKNOWN" />
</user-issues>

<eg-group>
<description>


</description>

<code><![CDATA[

]]</code>

<ua-issues>

</ua-issues>
</eg-group>

<resources>
</resources>
</technique>

Additional Notes:

Should this only apply to scripts that provide functionality necessary for the page? Decorative (eye candy) scripts should be required to comply.



There are also the associated techniques:

ONMOUSEOVER requires ONFOCUS

ONMOUSEOUT requires ONBLUR

ONMOUSEMOVE must not be used

ONMOUSEDOWN requires ONKEYDOWN

ONDBLCLICK must not be used

ONCLICK requires ONKEYPRESS
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