Speak property in CSS
The speak property of CSS is for specifying how your browser should speak the content when it reads, such as through a screen reader.
Or In other words, we can say it’s kind of like styling speech the way other CSS properties style visual elements of a webpage.
- inherit: Specifies that the element uses the same computed speak value from its parent element.
- none: Tells the browser to not speak on that element.
- normal: Takes the browser’s default speak settings.
- spell-out: Instructs the browser to spell a properties content instead of speaking out full words. Deprecated in CSS3.