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Name
speak
Values:
normal | spell-out | digits | literal-punctuation | no-punctuation
Initial value:
normal
Applies to:
All elements
Inherited:
Yes
Computed value:
Not specified
Description:
Defines how an element's contents will be audibly rendered. The value spell-out is typically
used for acronyms and abbreviations, such as W3C or CSS. Declaring digits means that
numbers are spoken one digit at a time; for example, the number 13 is spoken as “one three.”
The value literal-punctuation causes punctuation marks to be spoken literally, as in the
words “period” and “semicolon”; no-punctuation causes punctuation to be skipped entirely
and no pauses are rendered in their place.
Examples:
abbr {speak: spell-out;}
*.tel {speak: digits;}
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