[whatwg] [WF2] Readonly and default pseudoclass matching

Boris Zbarsky bzbarsky at mit.edu
Thu Jul 28 17:49:51 PDT 2005

Ian Hickson wrote:
> Well, properties sheets in Windows have that kind of UI, for instance. But 
> even if that was not the case, what is the use case for _not_ doing this? 

The use case is being able to style things based on whether the user can edit 
them, no matter what the reason is for the user to not edit them.  Right now, 
for that use case you'd have to have to have "selector:disabled, 
selector:read-only", which is rather counter-intuitive.


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