ARIA: marquee role
marquee is a type of live region containing non-essential information which changes frequently.
marquee role defines an area as a type of live region that presents non-essential information that changes frequently. Examples of marquees include stock tickers and ad banners; information that is not necessarily sought out by the user that may be presented in any order. The main difference between a
marquee and a
log is that log information is presented in a meaningful order such as a by date.
Elements with the role marquee have an implicit aria-live value of
Defines when assistive technology should inform the user of updates to content. Elements with the role
marqueehave an implicit aria-live value of
off, meaning screen readers will not announce changes inside the marquee, even when the user is idle.
marqueeis required to have an accessible name. Use
aria-labelledbyif a visible label is present, otherwise use
|Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA) 1.1
The definition of 'ARIA: marquee role' in that specification.