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Re: [css-d] tip on using mixed classes

Sent by Chris Casciano on 2 April 2002 11:11


on 4/2/02 11:01 AM, Eric A. Meyer at [EMAIL-REMOVED] wrote:


>   I don't know if IE6 fixed this or not, so I'd be interested to
> hear.  You can try out
> <http://www.meyerweb.com/eric/css/tests/multiclass.html> to see what
> browsers do.  I'll put a reference screenshot in a bit, but in the
> interim, please note: there should be NO red text on the page.  If
> there is, the browser you're testing has bugs in its support.
> 

I had the full assortment of browsers already open anyway so here's what I
got:

IE5.1.3 Mac/OS-X:
Black italic bold
Black italic bold
Red italic bold with dotted border
Red with dotted border
Black on grayish bg
Black underlined on yellow bg

Icab 2.7.1 Mac/OS-X
Black italic
Black italic
Black italic with dotted border
Black italic with dotted border
Black on greyish bg
Black underlined

Opera 5.0b Mac/OS-X (correct)
Black italic bold
Black italic bold
Black italic bold with dotted border
Black with dotted border
Black on greyish bg
Black underlined on yellow bg


[oh look you added a graphic ;) ]
OmniWeb 4.1SP63 Mac/OS-X
Black
Black
Black
Red
Black
Black

Moz 0.9.9 Mac/OS-X (correct)

NN4.75 Mac/OS-X
Black
Black
Black
Black (with a 1px solid bordered box mysterious on the first line)
Black
Black

Opera 6/PC (correct)

Oh yeah, and you needed IE6/PC:
Black italic bold
Black italic bold
Red italic bold with dotted border
Red with dotted border
Black on greyish bg
Black underlined on yellow bg

I'm a bit disappointed on the IE/Mac side. Do you want to email MacIE-Talk
or should I? Just a suggestion, but setting the background color on the page
to white would have helped a bit. A few of my browsers had a default grey
set making the color checking tough.

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