Re: Aural CSS
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Am 22.01.2006 um 15:56 schrieb Holger Levsen:
From your original post I had no idea what aural CSS is. I thought
might also wonder.
Ah, okay. Then let me give some examples, how aural CSS tells the
reader how to speak something:
We have Acronyms and abbreviations in the page text. With aural CSS,
it can be deined, if Those are spelled out or spoken like a word. A
DAM (Debian Accounts Manager) would be spoken as a word normally
while "HTML" is spelled out.
There also can be added pauses and different voices and loudness can
And you are really right here: If aural CSS gets used by web sites
and people write articles about that, there is a better chance that
browser and screen reader programmers implement it well.
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- Aural CSS
- From: Jutta Wrage <email@example.com>