According to the Web Standards Project (WASP) the CSS working group has been busy on new projects including two great CSS3 features:
1.The Hyperlink Presentation Module 1st Working Draft , which basically outlines a new <a> attribute,
2.The CSS "Reader" Media Type , which will allow us to specify a seperate rule set for screen-readers, braille output devices and other aural or bitmap output (?) devices.
Being first working drafts they are still a fair way off being final recommendations, but I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
We all know which browser will support this stuff first, don't we
So who's got something to say?