> >before: > > voice-family: "\"}\""; > >now: > > voice-family: \"}\"; I have seen this "trick" used before, but it doesn't validate from the w3. Isn't voice-family have to do with aural(?) representations? I mean, for ua(s) that have voice capability. If so, the CSS validator says that it is not a valid voice-family. Does anyone know a way around this? Why is this needed in IE?