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[whatwg] [HTML5] Accessibility question - SSML

From: Nicholas Shanks <contact@nickshanks.com>
Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2008 14:28:38 +0100
Message-ID: <8F8958E5-EC8D-4447-893C-73AC1F3020BE@nickshanks.com>
Well I already do include embedded SSML on my website. I also  
submitted some XSLT to transform XHTML into a full SSML document which  
can be piped to speech synthesisers like Swift, that understand the  
format.

http://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=10363

On 18 Mar 2008, at 10:23 pm, Keryx Web wrote:
> Benjamin Hawkes-Lewis skrev:
>> I think it's a mistake to assume a "accessible" or "screen-reader- 
>> friendly" view should be non-interactive.
>> In so far as this is true at all, it's largely a result of web  
>> interactivity depending on non-standard widgets. AFAICT, this is  
>> one of the problems HTML5 tries to solve.
>
> Hear, hear!
>
> We also need to work with screen readers and browser developers so  
> that that CSS media rules actually start to be applied. And Webkit  
> should join the ARIA party!
>
> A thought (an just a thought), however, that might be worth  
> investigating is if SSML could be embedded into HTML, using similar  
> principles as is being considered for SVG.
>
>
> Lars Gunther

? Nicholas Shanks.

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