[html5] empty cells

Ian Hickson ian at hixie.ch
Tue Dec 13 14:14:52 PST 2011


On Mon, 5 Dec 2011, Brian Tremblay wrote:
> >
> > Yeah, that seems like a bug in the CSS border rendering for tables. I 
> > recommend filing a bug at http://bugs.webkit.org/. Feel free to cc me 
> > (ian at hixie.ch is my account).
> 
> I never did file the bug. I've now created 2 test cases:
> 
> http://btrem.com/tests/table2
> 
> This is a simplified test case of the bug I first noticed on the 
> tenmercer.com site (see url in quoted text above). Firefox gets it 
> right; webkit does not.

I'm told this particular bug is already filed on WebKit.


> http://btrem.com/tests/table1
> 
> This is a test case using the separate border model and border around 
> <td> elements. Firefox and webkit get this one wrong (unless I 
> misunderstand the border model).

For this one there is no cell in the bottom right corner, so there's 
nothing for CSS to render. So I think the browsers are doing the right 
thing.

Cheers,
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