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CSS - pitch


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Description:

The pitch property specifies the average pitch of the speaking voice used to render spoken text.

Possible Values:

  • frequency: A frequency value, which must be set in hertz (e.g., 140Hz), will define an absolute frequency to use as the pitch average
  • x-low: While the corresponding absolute frequency will be different for every voice family, the result given by x-low must at a minimum be lower than the result derived from the keyword low.
  • low: While the corresponding absolute frequency will be different for every voice family, the result given by low must, at a minimum, be lower than the result derived from the keyword medium.
  • medium: While the corresponding absolute frequency will be different for every voice family, the result given by medium must, at a minimum, be higher than the result given by the keyword low, and lower than the result derived from the keyword high.
  • high: While the corresponding absolute frequency will be different for every voice family, the result given by high must, at a minimum, be higher than the result derived from the keyword medium.
  • x-high: While the corresponding absolute frequency will be different for every voice family, the result given by x-high must, at a minimum, be higher than the result derived from the keyword high.

DOM Syntax:

object.style.pitch="hight";

Applies to:

All the HTML elements

Example:

Here is the example:

<style tyle="text/css">
<!--
p.dholak {pitch: high;}
div.benjo {pitch: x-low;}
body {pitch: 150Hz;}
-->
</style>

For more detail please look into CSS Aural Media.



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