DPUB Specific WCAG Silverlight Techniques

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A11Y DPUB Techniques based on WCAG > DPUB Specific WCAG Silverlight Techniques

These WCAG Techniques are currently under review by the Digital Publishing Interest Group's Accessibility Task Force. Any changes marked are a draft and are NOT approved by the DPUB Accessibility Task Force and the WCAG Working Group

Silverlight Techniques

Technique Applies to DPUB Owner Comments
SL1: Accessing Alternate Audio Tracks in Silverlight Media No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL2: Changing The Visual Focus Indicator in Silverlight No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL3: Controlling Silverlight MediaElement Audio Volume No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL4: Declaring Discrete Silverlight Objects to Specify Language Parts in the HTML DOM No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL5: Defining a Focusable Image Class for Silverlight No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL6: Defining a UI Automation Peer for a Custom Silverlight Control No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL7: Designing a Focused Visual State for Custom Silverlight Controls No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL8: Displaying HelpText in Silverlight User Interfaces No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL9: Handling Key Events to Enable Keyboard Functionality in Silverlight No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL10: Implementing a Submit-Form Pattern in Silverlight No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL11: Pausing or Stopping A Decorative Silverlight Animation No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL12: Pausing, Stopping, or Playing Media in Silverlight MediaElements No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL13: Providing A Style Switcher To Switch To High Contrast No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL14: Providing Custom Control Key Handling for Keyboard Functionality in Silverlight No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL15: Providing Keyboard Shortcuts that Work Across the Entire Silverlight Application No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL16: Providing Script-Embedded Text Captions for MediaElement Content No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL17: Providing Static Alternative Content for Silverlight Media Playing in a MediaElement No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL18: Providing Text Equivalent for Nontext Silverlight Controls With AutomationProperties.Name No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL19: Providing User Instructions With AutomationProperties.HelpText in Silverlight No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL20: Relying on Silverlight AutomationPeer Behavior to Set AutomationProperties.Name No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL21: Replacing A Silverlight Timed Animation With a Nonanimated Element No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL22: Supporting Browser Zoom in Silverlight No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL23: Using A Style Switcher to Increase Font Size of Silverlight Text Elements No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL24: Using AutoPlay to Keep Silverlight Media from Playing Automatically No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL25: Using Controls and Programmatic Focus to Bypass Blocks of Content in Silverlight No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL26: Using LabeledBy to Associate Labels and Targets in Silverlight No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL27: Using Language/Culture Properties as Exposed by Silverlight Applications and Assistive Technologies No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL28: Using Separate Text-Format Text Captions for MediaElement Content No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL29: Using Silverlight "List" Controls to Define Blocks that can be Bypassed No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL30: Using Silverlight Control Compositing and AutomationProperties.Name No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL31: Using Silverlight Font Properties to Control Text Presentation No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL32: Using Silverlight Text Elements for Appropriate Accessibility Role No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL33: Using Well-Formed XAML to Define a Silverlight User Interface No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL34: Using the Silverlight Default Tab Sequence and Altering Tab Sequences With Properties No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
SL35: Using the Validation and ValidationSummary APIs to Implement Client Side Forms Validation in Silverlight No Deborah Silverlight has been EOLd
March 2016
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