Padding, Pages, and More Style Sheet Properties - Quotes (Page 5 of 5 )
quotes IE 5(Mac) NN n/a Moz all Saf n/a Op all CSS 2
Controls the characters to be generated for open and close quote symbols in text. The assumption is that the quote symbols are not part of the content, but are generated by the browser because of contextual clues (such as surrounding a quote with a q element). This property must be used with the content property, which, with the help of the :before and :after pseudo-classes, determines where the open-quote and end-quote symbols appear:
Support in browsers isn’t as good as indicated above. IE 5 for the Macintosh doesn’t genuinely respond to the quotes property, but does substitute standard two-level quotes for the content property. Mozilla implements only the first level of quotes. Symbol characters outside the ASCII set may not align with the characters you put into the source code with your text editor. Verify the results before deploying this property.
richness IE n/a NN n/a Moz n/a Saf n/a Op n/a CSS 2
For aural style sheets, this sets the brightness (stridency) of the voice used in text-to-speech rendering of the element.
A positive floating-point number to represent how strident the voice sounds. A value of 50 is normal. Lower values produce a softer, mellower voice; higher values produce a louder, more forceful voice.
Initial Value 50
Applies To All elements.
right IE 5 NN n/a Moz all Saf all Op all CSS 2
For positionable elements, this defines the position of the right margin edge of an element box relative to the right edge of the next outermost block content container. When the element is relative-positioned, the offset is based on the right edge of the inline location of where the element would normally appear in the content.
right: length | percentage | auto
See the discussion about length values at the beginning of this chapter. Negative lengths may be allowed in some contexts, but be sure to test the results on all browsers. You may also specify a percentage value, which is calculated based on the width of the next outermost container. Note, however, that the results you get may seem like the inverse of what you expect: a value of 0% means that the right edge is flush against the right edge of the positioning context, whereas a value of 100% could push the element completely out of view to the left. The setting of auto lets the browser determine the right offset of the element box on its naturally flowing offset within the containing box.
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