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aria-ACTION-2067: Write text to state the order of aria-owns ids wrt. the dom child order and sequential aria-owns ids

From: James Nurthen <james.nurthen@oracle.com>
Date: Mon, 23 May 2016 16:12:30 -0700
To: public-aria@w3.org
Message-ID: <eaa9601c-65b7-a444-f8c6-194fc32e78e5@oracle.com>
Replace

                <p>Authors SHOULD NOT use <pref>aria-owns</pref> as a 
replacement for the <abbr title="Document Object Model">DOM</abbr> 
hierarchy. If the relationship is represented in the DOM, do not use 
<pref>aria-owns</pref>. Authors MUST ensure that an element's ID is not 
specified in more than one other element's <pref>aria-owns</pref> 
attribute at any time. In other words, an element can have only one 
explicit owner.</p>

With

                 <p>If an element has both aria-owns and DOM children 
then the order of the child elements with respect to the parent/child 
relationship is the DOM children first, then the elements referenced in 
aria-owns. If the DOM children should not be first then they should also 
be listed in aria-owns in the correct order. Authors SHOULD NOT use 
<pref>aria-owns</pref> as a replacement for the <abbr title="Document 
Object Model">DOM</abbr> hierarchy.  If the relationship is represented 
in the DOM, do not use <pref>aria-owns</pref> except when there are both 
DOM children and aria-owns and when the order of the children needs to 
be changed. Authors MUST ensure that an element's ID is not specified in 
more than one other element's <pref>aria-owns</pref> attribute at any 
time. In other words, an element can have only one explicit owner.</p>


Regards,

James


On 5/12/2016 10:53 AM, Accessible Rich Internet Applications Working 
Group Issue Tracker wrote:
> aria-ACTION-2067: Write text to state the order of aria-owns ids wrt. the dom child order and sequential aria-owns ids
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> http://www.w3.org/WAI/ARIA/track/actions/2067
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> Assigned to: James Nurthen
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Regards, James

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