Accessible shape selection
This sample shows how to add keyboard selection support to shapes by leveraging hidden popups. To make things a bit more advanced, rather than simply displaying a popup, this sample displays the content in a custom display panel. Use the tab key to step through the shapes on the map.
Ideas to take things further;
Sort the polygons based on their most north western coordinate. This will make it so the tab order, when the map isn't rotated is left to right, top to bottom.'
Set a limit to the number of popup's that are created. After a couple hundred popups the page will slow down. Additionally, users likely won't want to have to tab through hundreds of shapes. Consider creating/removing popups after the map has been moved and only creating those that are closest to the center of the map.
Instead of highlighting the polygons by changing the color of the outline, create a highlight polygon from the bounding box of the shape to align with how accessibility tools typically highlight elements on a page.