on 12/15/02 2:40 AM, Sean "XariusX" Maddison at [EMAIL-REMOVED]
mumbled something about:
> #Transparent p
> filter: alpha(opacity=100%);
This is unrelated, but the topic brought it to mind...
Does anyone know if there are any plans to incorporate some kind of generic
"default" value into CSS3, a la "inherit" or "auto" -- something that sets a
selector to its basic, default, unstyled state, as if you'd never applied
any CSS to it? This would be awfully handy in situations like this, when you
just want to override inheritance or kill an unwanted style, but don't know
or care what the default actually is.
e.g. With the Tantek Box Model Hack, we use voice-family:inherit because
that presumably would work. But if we could say something like
voice-family:default , it would seem to be closer to the truth -- we don't
necessarily want it to "inherit", we just want to set it back to the way it
would have been before we started mucking around with it.
- Brandon Oto