Guidelines for Speech-Accessible HTML for Dragon NaturallySpeaking and Dragon Medical
Source: Nuance Communications
HTML provides great flexibility in designing papers and can be used to create an almost endless variety of paper styles and formats. This paper identifies specific techniques and design approaches that help make HTML papers and applications conducive to use with the Dragon NaturallySpeaking and Dragon Medical (referred to collectively in this paper as Dragon) software and Microsoft Internet Explorer (version 5 and higher) or Mozilla Firefox (version 2). It also points out specific techniques that can hinder this goal. In general, speech support can be either explicit or implicit. In the explicit case, a Web developer incorporates speech support directly into the paper using the ActiveX controls in the Dragon API.