accessibility support of html5
score 100/100 on http://html5accessibility.com/ to allow developer to natively use html5 element without any aria polyfill
We’re proud to announce that the new accessibility tree has launched as part of EdgeHTML14 in the Windows 10 Anniversary update released today. This work has enabled us to become the first browser to reach 100/100 in HTML5Accessibility.com.
Denis Boudreau commented
Kudos! And much respect.
Steve Lee commented
Awesome work. Thank you.
Margaret Moser commented
I can't wait for the improvements (particularly to mapping) in W10AU/Redstone.
In other words, please implement this ASAP.
I admit I was surprised by this. I was totally expecting Edge to jump off the bat 100% UAAG and ARIA compliant to show off being the brand-new, modern browser that really cares about standards and accessibility! I was so excited that MS would be jumping in to set a high bar for the other user agents.
Michiel Bijl commented
Let's make this happen!
Erik Isaksen commented
Let's do right by our users.