Actually actually...@media speech. :-)
"CSS 2.1 reserves the 'speech' media type (see chapter 7, "Media
types"), but does not yet define which properties do or do not apply to
it...The type 'aural' is now deprecated."
I strongly suspect the current generation of screen readers don't pay
attention to either one, though.
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On 12/05/2008 10:50 AM, [log in to unmask] wrote:
> Actually... @media aural :-)
> But is it supported well enough?
> On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 2:31 PM, Jonathan Rochkind <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Not that I know of.
>> You can say display:none, but that'll probably hide it from LibX etc too.
>> What is needed is a CSS @media for screen readers, like one exists for
>> 'print'. So you could have a seperate stylesheet for screenreaders, like you
>> can have a seperate stylesheet for print. That would be the right way to do
>> But doesn't exist.
>> Thomas Dowling wrote:
>>> On 12/04/2008 02:02 PM, Jonathan Rochkind wrote:
>>>> Yeah, I had recently noticed indepedently, been unhappy with the way a
>>>> COinS "title" shows up in mouse-overs, and is reccommended to be used by
>>>> screen readers. Oops.
>>> By any chance, do current screen readers honor something like '<span
>>> class="Z3988" style="speak:none" title=...>'?
>> Jonathan Rochkind
>> Digital Services Software Engineer
>> The Sheridan Libraries
>> Johns Hopkins University
>> 410.516.8886 rochkind (at) jhu.edu