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Re: [css-d] Psuedo class inheritance/IE6 bug(?)

Sent by Porter Glendinning on 24 January 2002 20:08


At 08:18 PM 1/24/02, Porter Glendinning digitized these thoughts:
>What this means is that, when parsed by the browser, the code for your 
>paragraph would likely be turned into something like this:
>
>     <p><p:first-line><p:first-letter>T</p:first-letter>his is a
>     test paragraph whose characters are expected to be all
>     blue.</p:first-line></p>

On second thought, it looks like the p:first-line fictitious element 
would only come into play if there was a rule set that used the 
p:first-line selector. If this was the case, you could probably expect 
that the first line of text in that paragraph would likely also appear 
as black Arial.

For the purposes of what we're talking about, the above code snippet 
should be changed to:

     <p><p:first-letter>T</p:first-letter>his is a test paragraph
     whose characters are expected to be all blue.</p>

- Porter


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