The stress property defines the height of 'local peaks' in the intonation of the speaking voice for when the element is read.
stress in CSS Versions:
stress: <number> | inherit
A value between '0' and '100'. The meaning of values depends on the language being spoken. For example, a level of '50' for a standard, English-speaking male voice (average pitch = 122Hz), speaking with normal intonation and emphasis would have a different meaning than '50' for an Italian voice.
The element should have the same stress setting as the parent.
stress Initial Value:
stress Applies To:
This property is inherited.
stress Browser Support:
Not supported by visual browsers.
stress media type:
Standard stress property
<p style="stress : 10;"> This paragraph should be read in a way that is less stressed. </p>