On Saturday, November 2, 2002, at 06:04 AM, Rijk van Geijtenbeek wrote:
> On Fri, 01 Nov 2002 14:42:11 -0500, Stephanie Sullivan
> [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
>> I don't get this... I thought I just had trouble with my dingbats in
>> NBD. But it appears Opera is showing them as letters instead of in
>> webdings... Does anyone know off the top of their head why this is??
>> The page is here: http://violetsky.net/imageless/
>> Thanks CSS-people... :)
> You have this in your HTML:
> <div class="boxrt">m</div>
> ... so Opera assumes you want a letter 'm'. As the font 'dingbats'
> doesn't contain this letter, Opera reverts to a different font. That's
> the way an Unicode-aware browser is supposed to handle this. If the
> dingbat glyphs you want to show have an Unicode codepoint, Opera can
> show it if you refernce it in the right way (with &#hex-number, iirc).
Oddly, but Opera 6.0b2 Mac OS X (pretty unstable, by the way), displays
the images. Sorry, no screenshot, it crashed when I tried to make a
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