For those that are totally blind and rely on screenreaders, what
happens when the site serves up audio that plays automatically, and
how can I make CSS that will not be read by screen readers?
For example, if I display some text on screen in large print, I also
want a sound file reading that text, rather than having an automated
screen reader do it. I thought the media=screen css value would do it,
but my demo of Jaws 11 quite happily carries on reading over the top
of the audio.
For example, does Homer, WebbIE, Webanywhere or whatever,
pause before reading? I am trying to avoid "sound collisions".
There's a demo I could show you, but links aren't allowed, so I can't, so I hope this is enough info. Thanks.