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[Bug 13649] Expose SVG <title> and <desc> to AAPIs

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Cameron McCormack <cam@mcc.id.au> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Cameron McCormack <cam@mcc.id.au> 2011-08-03 23:36:23 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #0)
> We need eventually to define how the root-level <title> and <desc> tags are
> exposed to AT agents in an HTML document. It is not yet clear how the <desc>
> element should be exposed, but the <title> element is pretty obvious. The root
> <title> element should be exposed to AT agents exactly as the <img> element's
> "alt" attribute is exposed.

Is that also the same as how an <img> element's title="" attribute is exposed? 
Because I think of SVG <title> as more like title="" than alt="".

> However, an "aria-label" attribute on the <svg>
> element should take precedence.
> HTML Task Force in discussion is unclear in this case whether it's a question
> for the HTML spec or the SVG spec, since this is "inside" the SVG element.
> Filing this bug to meet deadline but will need to figure this out.

I think this should be defined by SVG, but we currently do not.  SVG 2 or a
separate specification will define default roles etc. for SVG content.  HTML
can then defer to that.

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