Inclusion of non-ASCII characters
Sent by Jens Brueckmann on 11 October 2004 17:05
On Mon, 11 Oct 2004 16:37:01 +0200, Jeroen Visser [ vizi ]
> I may overlook something, but why the double '::' in the code? The
> Mozilla 1.3.1 (old, yeah, I know) I'm using doesn't show any of the
> ::after content. A local copy of the xhtml&inline version in which I
> replaced all ::after with :after does show the pseudoclass content,
> I'm curious, as it appears to be invalid CSS:
Thanks for pointing out missing backwards compatibility. The double '::'
is CSS3 syntax for pseudo elements. Although still a Candidate
Recommendation parts of this CSS3 Module are already quite reliably
supported by a variety of user agents.
Choosing the CSS3 profile the files actually validate, e.g.
I have now included a CSS2 version of the tests, which, not surprisingly,
give the same results.
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