[whatwg] Default (informal) Style Sheet
asbjorn at ulsberg.no
Mon Apr 2 03:44:53 PDT 2007
On Mon, 02 Apr 2007 09:54:04 +0200, Anne van Kesteren <annevk at opera.com>
> The default style of <hr>, <p>, <table>, et cetera.
Speaking of <hr>, having a default style for it would increase
interoperability (if only in the presentation layer) a great deal.
Defining what a <hr> *is* in terms of CSS would help people from having to
style it like this:
and *still* don't get anything remotely similar from any of the 4 major
browsers. Is an <hr> a border? A block-level element with a background
color? How do you change that color? How do you adjust its height? Its
> Not all authors will use a 'CSS zapper' (whatever it is). They will
> still expect the same results across user agents.
Thanks for saying that for me. I've never used a "CSS zapper" and I doubt
I ever will. I usually adjust paddings and margins to 0 on all elements,
but that's about it.
Asbjørn Ulsberg -=|=- asbjorn at ulsberg.no
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