AuraPlayer's styling and layout can be applied to a wide range of markup structures. This documentation aims to provide developers with best practice examples to demonstrate the use of AuraPlayer itself and illustrate appropriate semantic markup, including ways in which potential accessibility concerns can be addressed.
AuraPlayer's interactive components are designed to work for touch, mouse and keyboard users. Through the use of relevant WAI-ARIA roles and attributes, these components should also be understandable and operable using assistive technologies (such as screen readers).
Most colors that currently make up AuraPlayer's default palette—used throughout the framework for things such as button variations, alert variations, form validation indicators—lead to insufficient color contrast (below the recommended WCAG 2.0 color contrast ratio of 4.5:1) when used against a light background. Users may manually modify/extend these default colors to ensure adequate color contrast ratios.