This document is directed primarily to Web application developers, but the guidance is also useful for user agent and assistive technology developers.
This document is part of the ] specification, providing detailed advice and examples beyond what would be appropriate to a technical specification but which are important to understand the specification.
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With the understanding many prefer to learn from examples, the guide begins with a section that demonstrates how to make common widgets accessible with descriptions of expected behaviors supported by working code.
Where it is helpful to do so, the examples refer to detailed explanations of supporting concepts in subsequent sections.
The sections that follow the examples first provide background that helps build understanding of how , including detailed guidance on how to make rich internet applications keyboard accessible.