Synonyms: Page navigation
See also: Scrollbars
Pagination is used to navigate through pages or sequential elements (for example, with tables).
The requirements for the individual control elements are described for the respective control element.
|The highlighting for the current page must have a contrast ratio of at least 3:1 with respect to the background and the other pages.
|EN 301 549: 22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199
|Use of the keyboard
|It must be possible to access, operate and exit the page navigation with the keyboard (see Use of the keyboard table, below).
|EN 301 549: 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168
|When focusing and using the control elements for the page navigation, no unexpected change of context
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|Focusing of the first element of the page navigation
|Exiting the page navigation
|Navigating within the page navigation
|TAB or ARROW buttons (depending on the used elements)
|Operating interactive elements in the page navigation
|Corresponding to the respective element
|Navigating to the previous or next page (if the focus is in the element which is controlled by the page navigation)
|PAGE UP, PAGE DOWN
|Navigating to the first or last page (if the focus is in the element which is controlled by the page navigation)
|POS 1, END
|Each control element of the pagination must have a concise and expressive Accessible Name<” and “>”, the Accessible Name should be called
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