On Fri, 1 Feb 2002, Matthias Gutfeldt wrote:
> > How do you properly provide descriptions of images that you have
> > used in CSS backgrounds to disabled users?
> But if the image is appropriate as a CSS background-image, then I
> would think it appropriate to provide the same "mood" or "feel" that
> the background-image provides, just in a different media.
> <http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS2/aural.html#mixing-props> looks like a
> possible solution.
> BTW, accessibility features of CSS are discussed at
Ahhh! Good point! That's what aural styles are for! Not sure that you
can "switch" them, like was being dicussed, because I don't have any
experience using aural style. Just out of curiosity, does anyone know if
any of the aural browsers can do DOM scripting to access aural styles on
the fly like that? That would be nifty :)
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