Example for readonly and disabled attributes

The below is the static form with html code snippet that is used for this example. The reason for providing the code snippet is that one can access the source code easily even if it is viewed in the mobile platforms. In general, it might not be very easy to access the source code of the form when this is viewed in the mobile platforms. This example makes you understand how the read only and disabled attributes are exposed when you run the screen reader on this form across all the platforms.






Select Gender





Source Code

<br /> <label for="fname"> First Name </label><br /> <input type="text" id="fname"/readonly><br /> <label for="lname"> last Name </label><br /> <input type="text" id="lname"/readonly><br /> <label for="age"> Age </label><br /> <select id="age" disabled><option value="10">10</option><option value="20">20</option><option value="30">30</option><option value="40">40</option></select></p><fieldset><legend> Select Gender</legend><p><input type="radio" name="sex" id="mm" checked> <label for="mm"> Male </label><br /> <input type="radio" name="sex" id="nn"> <label for="nn"> Female </label><br /></fieldset><p><input type="checkbox" name="vehicle1" id="pp"> <label for="pp"> I have a bike </label><br /> <input type="checkbox" name="vehicle2" id="pp1"> <label for="pp1"> I have a car </label><br /> <input type="submit"/> <input type="button" value="reset"><br />

Example file Using Title

The below is the static form with html code snippet that is used for this example. The reason for providing the code snippet is that one can access the source code easily even if it is viewed in the mobile platforms. In general, it might not be very easy to access the source code of the form when this is viewed in the mobile platforms. This example makes you understand how the labels are associated with the ‘title’ technique when you run the screen reader on this form across all the platforms.


First name:

Last name:

Age:

Select Gender

Male
Female

Comments:
I agree the terms and conditions

source code

<br /> <span> First name: </span><br /> <input type="text" title="first name"/><br /> <span> Last name: </span><br /> <input type="text" title="last name"/><br /> <span> Age: </span><br /> <select title="age"><option value="10">10</option><option value="20">20</option><option value="30">30</option><option value="40">40</option></select></p><fieldset><legend> Select Gender</legend><p><input type="radio" name="sex" title="male" checked> <span> Male </span><br /> <input type="radio" name="sex" title="female"> <span> Female </span><br /></fieldset><p><span> Comments: </span><textarea title="Comments" rows="5" cols="50"> </textarea><br /> <input type="checkbox" name="terms1" title="I agree the terms and conditions"> <span> I agree the terms and conditions </span><br /> <input type="submit"/> <input type="button" value="reset"><br />

Example file Using Implicit label

The below is the static form with html code snippet that is used for this example. The reason for providing the code snippet is that one can access the source code easily even if it is viewed in the mobile platforms. In general, it might not be very easy to access the source code of the form when this is viewed in the mobile platforms. This example makes you understand how the labels are associated with the ‘implicit label’ technique when you run the screen reader on this form across all the platforms.




Select Gender





Source Code

</p><h1> Using Implicit Label</h1><p><label> First Name<br /> <input type="text"/> </label><br /> <label> last Name<br /> <input type="text"/> </label><br /> <label> Age<br /> <select><option value="10">10</option><option value="20">20</option><option value="30">30</option><option value="40">40</option></select><br /> </label></p><fieldset><legend> Select Gender</legend><p><label><br /> <input type="radio" name="sex" checked> Male<br /> </label><br /> <label><br /> <input type="radio" name="sex"> Female<br /> </label><br /></fieldset><p><label> Comments:<br /><textarea rows="5" cols="50"> </textarea><br /> </label><br /> <label><br /> <input type="checkbox" name="terms"> I agree terms and conditions<br /> </label><br /> <input type="submit"/> <input type="button" value="reset"><br /></form><p>

Example file Using aria-label

The below is the static form with html code snippet that is used for this example. The reason for providing the code snippet is that one can access the source code easily even if it is viewed in the mobile platforms. In general, it might not be very easy to access the source code of the form when this is viewed in the mobile platforms. This example makes you understand how the labels are associated with the ‘aria-label’ technique when you run the screen reader on this form across all the platforms.


First name:

Last name:

Age:

Select Gender

Male
Female

Comments:

I agree terms and conditions

Source Code

</p><h1> Using Aria-Label</h1><p><span> First name: </span><br /> <input type="text" aria-label="firstname"/><br /> <span> Last name: </span><br /> <input type="text" aria-label="lastname"/><br /> <span> Age: </span><br /> <select aria-label="age"><option value="10">10</option><option value="20">20</option><option value="30">30</option><option value="40">40</option></select></p><fieldset><legend> Select Gender</legend><p><input type="radio" name="sex" aria-label="male" checked> <span> Male </span><br /> <input type="radio" name="sex" aria-label="female" > <span> Female </span><br /></fieldset><p><span> Comments: </span><br /><textarea rows="5" cols="50" aria-label="comments"></textarea><br /> <input type="checkbox" name="terms"aria-label=" I agree terms and conditions "> <span> I agree terms and conditions </span><br /> <input type="submit"> <input type="button" aria-label="reset"><br />

Example file Using aria-labelledby

The below is the static form with html code snippet that is used for this example. The reason for providing the code snippet is that one can access the source code easily even if it is viewed in the mobile platforms. In general, it might not be very easy to access the source code of the form when this is viewed in the mobile platforms. This example makes you understand how the group level label is associated with the ‘aria-labelledby’ technique when you run the screen reader on this form across all the platforms.


Name of the Candidate
First Name

last Name

Age of the candidate

Please Select the Gender
Male
Female
Comments:
It allows 1000 Characters only

To get more features
I agree terms and conditions

Source Code

</p><h1> Using Aria-Labelledby</h1><p><span id="noc"> Name of the Candidate </span><br /> <span id="fn"> First Name </span><br /> <input type="text" aria-labelledby="noc fn"/><br /> <span id="ln"> last Name </span><br /> <input type="text" aria-labelledby="noc ln"/><br /> <span id="aaa"> Age of the candidate </span><br /> <select aria-labelledby="aaa"><option value="10">10</option><option value="20">20</option><option value="30">30</option><option value="40">40</option></select><br /> <span id="ss"> Please Select the Gender </span><br /> <input type="radio" name="sex" id="m" aria-labelledby="ss m" checked> <span id="m"> Male </span><br /> <input type="radio" name="sex" id="f" aria-labelledby="ss f"> <span id="f"> Female </span><br /> <span id="cc"> Comments: </span><br /> <span id="con"> It allows 1000 Characters only </span><br /><textarea rows="5" cols="50" aria-labelledby="cc con"></textarea><br /> <span id="ttt"> To get more features </span><br /> <input type="checkbox" name="terms" aria-labelledby="ii ttt"> <span id="ii"> I agree terms and conditions </span><br /> <input type="submit"> <input type="button" value="reset"><br />