Accessibility Tree

The accessibility tree is a part of web browser architecture that interprets content and user interface elements of a webpage into a format that can be read and interacted with by assistive technologies, like screen readers. It's a simplified version of the DOM (Document Object Model) tree, focusing on information relevant to accessibility, such as semantic markup and ARIA roles. The accessibility tree plays a crucial role in web accessibility, ensuring that users with disabilities can access and navigate web content. Properly structuring webpages to be compatible with the accessibility tree is a key aspect of inclusive web design.