Aural Cascading Style Sheets
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Aural Cascading Style Sheets (ACSS) are the part of Cascading Style Sheets that makes a website more accessible to visually impaired and screen readers. The advantages of Aural Style Sheets are the convenient to screen readers. ACSS can be applied in devices like home entertainment, automobiles, and other daily use appliances. Three-dimensional physical spaces are specified when constructing ACSS. Specified time between intervals is set up by these sheets. When applications are developed one must synthesize speech and volume for each of the websites.
- Style sheet (web development)
- Cascading Style Sheets
- Computer accessibility
- Web accessibility
- Screen reader