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IAAP Exam CPACC Topic 1 Question 24 Discussion

Actual exam question for IAAP's Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies exam
Question #: 24
Topic #: 1
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According to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, when focus cannot be moved away from a web component using only a keyboard, this is known as a

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Suggested Answer: B

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Tonette
5 days ago
Really? I thought it was C) locked focus.
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Phillip
1 months ago
I think the answer is B) keyboard trap.
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Theodora
2 months ago
Okay, let's think this through. 'Keyboard tab', 'locked focus', 'sticky key' - those don't really seem to fit the description of not being able to move focus away from a web component using only a keyboard. 'Keyboard trap' is the only one that makes sense to me.
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Frederic
2 months ago
Haha, 'sticky key'? What is this, a 90s computer game? Nah, it's gotta be 'keyboard trap'. I remember learning about that in my accessibility training. It's a common pitfall for developers to watch out for.
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Virgie
22 days ago
I agree. It's important for accessibility to avoid trapping users in certain areas of a website.
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Latonia
26 days ago
Yeah, you're right. It's a 'keyboard trap'. Developers need to ensure they can easily navigate websites using only a keyboard.
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Yolande
2 months ago
Keyboard trap, for sure. I can't imagine any of the other options really fitting the description provided in the question. Although, 'sticky key' does sound kind of fun. Maybe we could get the web components to do the moonwalk or something.
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Regenia
2 months ago
Ah yes, the dreaded keyboard trap! I remember running into that problem on one of my projects. It can be a real pain to debug and fix. I'm glad they're testing our knowledge of WCAG on this kind of issue.
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Rasheeda
2 months ago
Hmm, I think I know the answer to this one. Isn't a 'keyboard trap' when the focus gets stuck on a certain element and you can't navigate away from it using the keyboard? That sounds like the most plausible option to me.
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Odette
2 months ago
This is a tricky one. I'm not sure if I've encountered this issue before in my web development work. I wonder if it has to do with how the tabbing order is set up on the page?
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