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Make sure users can activate area other than with pointer (#803)

fix #297

Rather than really fix that issue, this tightens the fundamental
requirement (and cleans up the markup a little), that `area` is usable
without requiring a pointer.
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chaals authored and stevefaulkner committed Feb 20, 2017
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  1. +4 −4 sections/semantics-embedded-content.include
@@ -12122,14 +12122,14 @@ red:89
Pointing device interaction with an image associated with a set of layered shapes per the above
algorithm must result in the relevant user interaction events being first fired to the top-most
shape covering the point that the pointing device indicated, if any, or to the image element
itself, if there is no shape covering that point. User agents may also allow individual
<{area}> elements representing <a>hyperlinks</a> to be selected
and activated (e.g., using a keyboard).
itself, if there is no shape covering that point. User agents should also allow individual
<{area}> elements representing <a>hyperlinks</a> to be selected and activated through other
normal interaction by making them <a>focusable</a>.
<p class="note">
Because a <{map}> element (and its <{area}> elements) can be
associated with multiple <{img}> and <{object}> elements, it is possible for an
<{area}> element to correspond to multiple <i>focusable areas</i>
<{area}> element to correspond to multiple <a>focusable area</a>s
of the document.
</p>

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