ARIA Haspopup property
This page demonstrates uses of the
- Tooltips are not considered popups under ARIA
Please note: According to the current ARIA 1.0 specification the
aria-haspopup attribute should only be used to indicate the presence of a menu, submenu, or button menu. Under ARIA 1.1 the
aria-haspopup attribute should not be used to indicate when a dialog or modal window will open. These are potential good uses for the attribute and are addressed by future versions of the ARIA specification. Currently screen readers such as JAWS and NVDA will announce "menu", "sub menu", or "haspopup" for the different uses of this attribute.
Note: The controls below have the attribute set to "true" but do not actually have a menu associated with them. Thus, nothing will happen when you interact with the control.
Input text field
Input type button
Span with role of button
ARIA 1.1 values for the aria-haspopup property
Values under 1.1 are:
- "true" is supported for backward compatibility and maps to "menu"
Buttons with varies haspopup values
Links with varies haspopup values
Radio buttons with various haspopup values
Input with various haspopup values
Button with aria-expanded
A widget can appear as a popup, while the button that triggered the popup remains interactive and hides the popup. (Experimental)
- iOS 10.3.3 and VoiceOver
- ARIA 1.0 "true": Announced as "shows popup"
- ARIA 1.1 values: Not announced. No pop-up indication provided at all.
- ARIA 1.0 "true" and aria-expanded: Announced as "shows popup". The aria-expanded state is not announced.
- ARIA 1.1 values and aria-expanded: Pop-up values are not announced. The aria-expanded state is announced as "expanded" or "collapsed".
- JAWS 18 (tested with Firefox 56.0 and Internet Explorer 11)
- On links: Announces appropriate popup value like "listbox", "grid", etc.
- On radio buttons: Announces appropriate popup value like "listbox", "grid", etc.
- On buttons: Announces "menu", regardless of haspopup value
- Exception: If the button also has an aria-expanded attribute, in JAWS + Internet Explorer (not Firefox), when not in forms mode, it announces both "menu" and the appropriate popup value. Example: "menu [collapsed|expanded] haspopup dialog".
- On input type text: Announces "has popup", regardless of haspopup value
- On other element types: Announces "has popup", regardless of haspopup value
- NVDA 2017.3 + Firefox 56.0 -- announces the same for all values of haspopup
- On inputs: Announces "has autocomplete"
- On other element types: Announces "submenu"
- With aria-expanded:
- ARIA 1.0 haspopup "true" and aria-expanded: Announces "menu button [collapsed|expanded] submenu".
- ARIA 1.1 values and aria-expanded: Announces all pop-up values as "button [collapsed|expanded] submenu".
JAWS 18 support (Firefox 56.0 and Internet Explorer 11)
|Button||Input text||Input radio||Link|
|aria-haspopup="menu"||menu||haspopup||has pop up menu||has pop up menu|
|aria-haspopup="listbox"||menu||haspopup||has pop up listbox||has pop up listbox|
|aria-haspopup="tree"||menu||haspopup||has pop up tree||has pop up tree|
|aria-haspopup="grid"||menu||haspopup||has pop up grid||has pop up grid|
|aria-haspopup="dialog"||menu||haspopup||has pop up dialog||has pop up dialog|