Does anyone know of any browser that can take advantage of aural stylesheets?
wut r those?
[font=trebuchet ms]Try checking out JAWS for Windows, Rick.
ScriptNoobie, aural stylesheets are stylesheets that control the way a non-graphical user agent renders -- or "reads" to its user -- the content of a web page. Take a look at the aural stylesheets specification.
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The ACSS status was Emac speak being the only browser that supports ACSS; since ACSS is not a requirement for CSS-2 UA Conformance and it would be extremely hard to develop for mainstream browsers due to processing requirements, etc.
http://www.speakthis.com/ is probably one of the easiest ways to test ACSS.. http://emacspeak.sourceforge.net/ is probably the only browsers that can handle ACSS.
hehe i hardly understood any of that.
thanks for an answer anyway