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<time> Any time value (eg, 150ms); the pause will be the length of time specified <percentage> The length of the pause is dictated by the value of speech-rate For a speech-rate of 60 words per minute, which corresponds to one word per second, then a percentage is calculated with respect to one second For a speech-rate of 120 words per minute, which yields a time per word of 500 milliseconds, then percentage would be calculated with respect to 500 milliseconds If two values are specified, the first corresponds to pause-before, and the second Note to pause-after If only one value is given, it applies to both pause-before and pause-after
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a:link, a:visited {pause: 25%;} h1 {pause: 2s 250ms;}
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cue-before, cue-after, pause-before, pause-after, speech-rate
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Cascading Style Sheets 20 Programmer's Reference pause-after pause-after defines the duration of a silent pause to be inserted after the content of an element Values <time> | <percentage> | inherit Initial Value UA dependent Percentages see description under Values Inherited no Applies to all elements Media Groups aural
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<time> Any time value (eg, 300ms); the pause will be the length of time specified <percentage> The length of the pause is dictated by the value of speech-rate Thus, pause-after: 33% would yield 167ms if the speech rate is two words per second (120 words per minute), and 333ms if it s one word per second (60 words per minute) The generated pause is observed before any cue-after content Note
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table {pause-after: 1500ms;} li {pause-after: 50%;}
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cue-after, pause, pause-before, speech-rate pause-before pause-before defines the duration of a silent pause to be inserted before the content of an element
Summary
Value Syntax <time> | <percentage> | inherit Initial Value UA dependent Percentages see description under Values Inherited no Applies to all elements Media Groups aural
Cascading Style Sheets 20 Programmer's Reference
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<time> Any time value (eg, 2s) <percentage> The length of the pause is dictated by the value of speech-rate Thus, pause-before: 50% would yield 250ms if the speech rate is two words per second (120 words per minute), and 500ms if it s one word per second (60 words per minute) The generated pause is observed after any cue-before content Note
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h2, h3, h4 {pause-before: 200%;} ol li {pause-before: 1s;}
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cue-before, pause, pause-after, speech-rate pitch pitch specifies the average pitch of the speaking voice used to render spoken text
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Value Syntax <frequency> | x-low | low | medium | high | x-high | inherit Initial Value medium Percentages n/a Inherited yes Applies to all elements Media Groups aural
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<frequency> A frequency value, which must be set in hertz (eg, 140Hz), will define an absolute frequency to use as the pitch average x-low While the corresponding absolute frequency will be different for every voice family, the result given by x-low must at a minimum be lower than the result derived from the keyword low low While the corresponding absolute frequency will be different for every voice family, the result given by low must, at a minimum, be lower than the result derived from the keyword medium medium While the corresponding absolute frequency will be different for every voice family, the result given by medium must, at a minimum, be higher than the result given by the keyword low, and lower than the result derived from the keyword high high While the corresponding absolute frequency will be different for every voice family, the result given by high must, at a minimum, be higher than the result derived from the keyword medium x-high While the corresponding absolute frequency will be different for every voice family, the result given by x-high must, at a minimum, be higher than the result derived from the keyword high
Cascading Style Sheets 20 Programmer's Reference Note The default average pitch will depend on the voice family; for example, the average male pitch is generally given as 120Hz, while the female average is in the area of 210Hz
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