aria-level attribute (aria)
Screen reader support level: supported
Voice Control support level: not applicable
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About this feature
Defines the hierarchical level of an element within a structure.
Age of results
Results across all tests for this feature range from a year ago to a year ago. Detailed dates and version information can be found in associated tests.
Screen Reader support by expectation
|Expectation||JAWS||Narrator||NVDA||Orca||TalkBack||VoiceOver (iOS)||VoiceOver (macOS)|
|MUST convey the presence and value of the aria-level attribute||supported||supported||supported||supported||supported||supported||supported||supported||supported||supported|
Voice Control support by expectation
|Expectation||Dragon Naturally Speaking||Voice Access (Android)||Voice Control (iOS)||Voice Control (MacOS)||Windows Speech Recognition|
Expectation: convey the presence and value of the aria-level attribute
Rationale: The user needs to know that the element has a level and the value of that level.
Strength of these expectations for different types of assistive technologies:
- Screen Readers: MUST
- Voice Control: NA
Examples of assistive technologies support this expectation:
- When applied to a heading, the heading might be announced as something like "<name> heading level <level>"
|Test||JAWS||Narrator||NVDA||Orca||TalkBack||VoiceOver (iOS)||VoiceOver (macOS)|
|HTML and ARIA headings test applied to: heading role||supported||supported||supported||supported||supported||supported||supported||supported||supported||supported|