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CSS Aural Reference


A Reference of Websafe and Custom fonts.


CSS WebSafe Fonts

1. Many CSS properties accept values as keywords, and just like properties , values are case-sensitive as well.

Sans-Serif Fonts

Property Description Values Initial Value
cue To specify the cue properties in single declaration cue-before
cue-after
not defined
cue-after To the set the sound to be played after an element contents get spoken none
uri
number
percentage
silent
x-soft
soft
medium
loud
x-loud
none
cue-before To set a sound to be played before the contents get spoken none
uri
number
percentage
silent
x-soft
soft
medium
loud
x-loud
none
pause To specify the all pause properties in a single declaration pause-before
pause-after
not defined
pause-after To insert a pause after the content is spoken none
x-weak
weak
medium
strong
x-strong
time
Depends on Browser
pause-before To insert a pause before the content is spoken none
x-weak
weak
medium
strong
x-strong
time
Depends on browser
phonemes To define a phonetic pronunciation for the content of the element string
Depends on browser
rest A shorthand property that defines rests that precede and follow the audio rendering of an element's content rest-before
rest-after
Not defined
rest-after Defines the length of a rest that follows the audio rendering of an element's content none
x-weak
weak
medium
strong
x-strong
time
Depends on browser
rest-before Defines the length of a rest that preceded the audio rendering of an element's content none
x-weak
weak
medium
strong
x-strong
time
depends on browser
speak Defines how an element's contents will be audibly rendered normal
spell-out
digit
literal-punctuation
no-punctuation
normal
speakability Defines whether an element's content will be rendered aurally. none
auto
normal
auto
voice-balance Defines the stereo balancing of a speaking voice. number
left
center
right
leftwards
rightwards
center
voice-duration Defines the length of time it should take to audibly render the content of the element time
Depends on browser
voice-family Defines one or more voice families that can be used in the audio rendering of an element's content voice
voice
voice-pitch Defines the averag pitch of the speaking voice used to audibly render that element's content number
percentage
x-low
low
medium
high
x-high
medium
voice-pitch-range Defines the variation in average pitch used by the speaking voice while audibly rendering the element's content number
percentage
x-low
low
medium
high
x-high
Depends on browser
voice-rate Defines the average rate at which words are spoken when an element's content is audibly rendered percentage
x-slow
slow
medium
fast
x-fast
medium
voice-stress Affects the height of peaks in the intonation of a speaking voice strong
moderate
reduced
none
moderate
voice-volume Defines the median volume level for the waveform of the audibly rendered content. number
percentage
silent
x-soft
soft
medium
loud
x-loud
medium

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