On Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 10:19 AM, Platonides <Platonides(a)gmail.com> wrote:
PS: Could someone replace on common/shared.css
border:1px solid darkblue; by border: 1px solid #00008B; /*darkblue*/ ?
Just to get rid of the warning.
No. "darkblue" is nice and comprehensible, and completely
standards-compliant. That the validator doesn't recognize parts of
the CSS3 Color module that are (AFAIK) universally implemented by
browsers is its own fault.
On Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 1:50 PM, Platonides <platonides(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Guy Van den Broeck wrote:
yes this is a hack to have IE5.5 render the changed stuff with a blue
background because the curly underline css doesn't work in that
browser. Feel free to come up with a better solution that is standards
compliant and cross browser compatible.
Ok, thanks. Probably needs a note documenting it.
It seems like the background attribute should have a color specified
as fallback anyway, for people with images turned off, no? Or, if
IE5.5 drops the background attribute, you could put the
background-color before the background attribute (background always
overwrites background-color, even if one isn't specified).
But I'm not willing to dig up a copy of IE5.5 to test this on, so I
have no right to comment. :) I've added the comment, though.