CSS speak

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The CSS speak property is used to specify that the text will be used for aural media. It also specifies how it will be spoken, for example normal or spelt out (i.e. for acronyms).

Syntax: speak: <value>;
Possible Values:
  • none
    This can be applied against elements you don't want to be spoken. This element will be skipped and there will be no gap (of silence) where it would normally be. If you want a gap of silence, use the volume property.
  • normal
  • spelt-out
  • inherit
Initial Value: normal
Applies to: All elements.
Inherited: Yes
Media: Aural
Example: acronym, abbr { spelt-out }

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