seems like this was changed some time ago (
Is this something other browsers might still implement as
none? I'm wondering if we should have both just in case.
@diosmosis I was wondering the same thing, but I can't find any information about this. But it seems like
none was never in a finished standard, so no browser should have implemented it (at least in theory):
When I add
speak: never to an element my Chrome reports it as invalid. The computed styles then show
speak: none would be valid in Chrome.
Firefox actually does not know the property
speak and reports all values as invalid.
@sgiehl Indeed it seems to be the same for me. I'm not even sure if this is even implemented in a browser and does anything. Using
aria-hidden on icons seems to be the better solution for accesibility anyway.
So shall we simply close this one? Or should we add both (
never), so the browser can decide which one to pick?
none is the value chromium suggests and I think everyone else not supporting this at all, the best thing is probably to just close this.