Site designers love tab panels, accordion sets, slide shows, and hover-drop-down menu bars: anything to squeeze more content into less space. Unfortunately, many out-of-the box tools to generate these components can be severely lacking in accessibility compliance. At some point, you may wish to just craft your own accessibility compliant components, but how do you do that?
* How to apply and manipulate needed ARIA properties as users interact with such controls.
* Specific tips for providing a slideshow (carousel) experience that balances designer desires with accessibility realities