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Do your web pages sound accessible?

By September 28, 2012

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MegaphoneWhen most people think of sound on web pages they think of playing songs or other sound effects. But CSS2 added Aural Style Sheets to let you define how your page would be read in aural web browsers. These are browsers that read the contents of web pages to people with vision issues. This article explains how the different Aural CSS styles work, and how you can use them to make your web pages more accessible.

Read the article: Aural Style Sheets and don't forget to read page 2 to define the spatial characteristics of the sound and more.

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