[whatwg] <reset> element?
paul.arzul at gmail.com
Sun Dec 17 05:27:08 PST 2006
(another) common problematic example is google cache. style can overreach
and create a mishmash of unreadable overlapping text and images. for an
example, see the top of the page on wikipedia's entry for whatwg:
something that can help is if each party using style limits it's reach by
css signature (eg. <body id="www-whatwg-org"> and then add the id selector
prefix #www-whatwg-org to each style rule). mixed html shares the same
canvas, so this won't help when absolute positioning interferes with
layout-- as is the case with the google cache example.
do browsers make it easy enough to disable style that we can ignore this?
anyone mixing html seems to run into this problem-- i've seen it in
bookmarklets and greasemonkey scripts too.
advertisers seem to use <iframe>-- although minor tweaking is required:
opera inherits the base document's background-color, mozilla doesn't. i
couldn't find the correct behaviour defined-- any pointers?
if this is not out of scope, perhaps we can help vendor clarity by
mentioning which elements (eg. <iframe> and <object>) should typically
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