list attribute (html)
Screen reader support level: partial (8/10)
Voice Control support level: not applicable
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About this feature
The list attribute is used to identify an element that lists predefined options suggested to the user.
Age of results
Results across all tests for this feature range from 9 months ago to 9 months ago. Detailed dates and version information can be found in associated tests.
Failing or partial results may be out of date. The oldest result is from 9 months ago. Consider running the associated tests and contributing results.
Screen Reader support by expectation
|Expectation||JAWS||Narrator||NVDA||Orca||TalkBack||VoiceOver (iOS)||VoiceOver (macOS)|
|MUST convey the presence of the list attribute||supported||none||supported||supported||supported||supported||none||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 of the list attribute
The user needs to know that the input will provide suggestions.
Strength of this expectation for different types of assistive technologies:
- Screen Readers: MUST
- Voice Control: NA
- might announce that suggestions are available when the input receives focus.
- might announce that the input has auto complete functionality.
- might modify the role of the associated input to convey datalist functionality, such as changing "edit text" to "Combo box".
|Test||JAWS||Narrator||NVDA||Orca||TalkBack||VoiceOver (iOS)||VoiceOver (macOS)|
|HTML input with datalist test applied to: input[type="text"] element||supported||none||supported||supported||supported||supported||none||supported||supported||supported|
These are features that are usually used in combination with this feature.
|Dragon||JAWS||Narrator||NVDA||Orca||TalkBack||Voice Access||VC iOS||VC MacOS||VoiceOver (iOS)||VoiceOver (macOS)||Speech Recognition|
|supported||partial (4/6)||supported||supported||partial (1/2)||supported||not applicable||not applicable||not applicable||supported||none||not applicable|