Elements with an ARIA [role] that require children to contain a specific [role] are missing some or all of those required children.
When I use the Chrome Lighthouse (based on the axe accessibility testing tool) to assess the accessibility of the TelerikDropDownList I am getting several issues.
Posted on:07 Apr 2023 07:02
Please open a new separate bug report or a support ticket and provide the following information:
Telerik UI for Blazor product version
Since you have tested our components on a live production site, I assume your company has an active commercial license (using trial components on a live production site is not allowed). So please ask the license holder at your company to assign you a license for compliant account standing. Or, submit the above information from another Telerik account that already has an active license (I was unable to find this information myself, so thank you for your cooperation).
The DropDownList does not have an <input> element, and if you set its Id parameter it will render as the id attribute of its topmost <span> element. The DefaultText renders in a span that is denoted by the aria-described-by attribute and so setting a default text should provide a description even if there is no item selected. The issue here is that there is a trailing space at the end of the value and that will be fixed.
That said, we have these reports on our radar and we will be investigating them.