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Namespace Prefixes

PrefixIRI
wdrshttp://www.w3.org/2007/05/powder-s#
n5http://kingsley.idehen.net/about/id/http/schema.org/
schemahttp://schema.org/
rdfshttp://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#
rdfhttp://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#
xsdhhttp://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#
n6http://kingsley.idehen.net/about/id/https/schema.org/

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schema:speakable
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rdfs:Property
rdfs:label
<a href="./speakable">speakable</a> <a href="./speakable">speakable</a>
rdfs:comment
Indicates sections of a Web page that are particularly &#39;speakable&#39; in the sense of being highlighted as being especially appropriate for text-to-speech conversion. Other sections of a page may also be usefully spoken in particular circumstances; the &#39;speakable&#39; property serves to indicate the parts most likely to be generally useful for speech.<br /><br /> The <em>speakable</em> property can be repeated an arbitrary number of times, with three kinds of possible &#39;content-locator&#39; values:<br /><br /> 1.) <em>id-value</em> URL references - uses <em>id-value</em> of an element in the page being annotated. The simplest use of <em>speakable</em> has (potentially relative) URL values, referencing identified sections of the document concerned.<br /><br /> 2.) CSS Selectors - addresses content in the annotated page, eg. via class attribute. Use the <a class="localLink" href="/cssSelector">cssSelector</a> property.<br /><br /> 3.) XPaths - addresses content via XPaths (assuming an XML view of the content). Use the <a class="localLink" href="/xpath">xpath</a> property.<br /><br /> For more sophisticated markup of speakable sections beyond simple ID references, either CSS selectors or XPath expressions to pick out document section(s) as speakable. For this we define a supporting type, <a class="localLink" href="/SpeakableSpecification">SpeakableSpecification</a> which is defined to be a possible value of the <em>speakable</em> property. Indicates sections of a Web page that are particularly &#39;speakable&#39; in the sense of being highlighted as being especially appropriate for text-to-speech conversion. Other sections of a page may also be usefully spoken in particular circumstances; the &#39;speakable&#39; property serves to indicate the parts most likely to be generally useful for speech.<br /><br /> The <em>speakable</em> property can be repeated an arbitrary number of times, with three kinds of possible &#39;content-locator&#39; values:<br /><br /> 1.) <em>id-value</em> URL references - uses <em>id-value</em> of an element in the page being annotated. The simplest use of <em>speakable</em> has (potentially relative) URL values, referencing identified sections of the document concerned.<br /><br /> 2.) CSS Selectors - addresses content in the annotated page, eg. via class attribute. Use the <a class="localLink" href="/cssSelector">cssSelector</a> property.<br /><br /> 3.) XPaths - addresses content via XPaths (assuming an XML view of the content). Use the <a class="localLink" href="/xpath">xpath</a> property.<br /><br /> For more sophisticated markup of speakable sections beyond simple ID references, either CSS selectors or XPath expressions to pick out document section(s) as speakable. For this we define a supporting type, <a class="localLink" href="/SpeakableSpecification">SpeakableSpecification</a> which is defined to be a possible value of the <em>speakable</em> property.
wdrs:describedby
n5:WebPage n6:NewsArticle