Aural Media CSS Properties

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Aural rendering of documents is mainly used by the visually impaired. The following are the aural media CSS properties −

  • The azimuth property sets, where the sound should come from horizontally.
  • The elevation property sets, where the sound should come from vertically.
  • The cue-after specifies a sound to be played after speaking an element's content to delimit it from other.
  • The cue-before specifies a sound to be played before speaking an element's content to delimit it from other.
  • The cue is a shorthand for setting cue-before and cue-after.
  • The pause-after specifies a pause to be observed after speaking an element's content.
  • The pause-before specifies a pause to be observed before speaking an element's content.
  • The pause is a shorthand for setting pause-before and pause-after.
  • The pitch specifies the average pitch (a frequency) of the speaking voice.
  • The pitch-range specifies variation in average pitch.
  • The play-during specifies a sound to be played as a background while an element's content is spoken.
  • The richness specifies the richness, or brightness, of the speaking voice.
  • The speak specifies whether the text will be rendered aurally and if so, in what manner.
  • The speak-numeral controls how numerals are spoken.
  • The speak-punctuation specifies how punctuation is spoken.
  • The speech-rate specifies the speaking rate.
  • The stress specifies the height of "local peaks" in the intonation contour of a voice.
  • The voice-family specifies the prioritized list of voice family names.
  • The volume refers to the median volume of the voice.
raja
Published on 30-Apr-2018 09:01:11
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