FAQ: Accessibility - ARIA Properties

This community-built FAQ covers the “ARIA Properties” exercise from the lesson “Accessibility”.

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What is the difference between ARIA-Role and ARIA-Label? I understood, that both will be read out in a screen reader.

Hi Minhdoan, with Aria-Role you choose between a defined set of options. The accessible browser reads the option and behaves accordingly.
Aria-Label is a free text description that you use when you want something to be read out aloud to someone who hears only the audio of the website…