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CSS syntax inside scoped style, was: Wiki page for style attribute

From: Rene Saarsoo <nene@triin.net>
Date: Tue, 03 Jul 2007 20:44:58 +0300
To: "Eric Daspet" <eric.daspet@survol.fr>, public-html@w3.org
Message-ID: <op.tuwgw8o5exn25i@localhost>

Eric Daspet wrote:
> <article>
>   <style scoped> color: blue ; </style>
>   <p>My external paragraph integrated in the main document</p>
> </article>

Is this really how the scoped style element should be used?
As I have understanded the draft, you should still use selectors,
like this:

> <article>
>   <style scoped> p {color: blue;} </style>
>   <p>My external paragraph integrated in the main document</p>
> </article>

While I'm on to that, I would like to ask some questions about
how the scoped style works, because the draft doesn't make it
clear.

Let's take the following HTML:
<html>
<head>
   <title>example page</title>
</head>
<body>
   <h1>Example page</h1>
   <p>...</p>

   <div id="articles">
     <article id="article-1">
       <style scoped>
         ...
       </style>
       <h1>Article title</h1>
       <p>...</p>
       <p>...</p>
     </article>

     <article id="article-2">
       <h1>Article without style</h1>
       <p>...</p>
       <p>...</p>
     </article>
   </div>
</body>
</html>

Now let's try some selectors in scoped style block.

Of course the following will match all <p>-s inside article:

p {}

I guess all those also match the article element:

article {}
#article-1 {}
article:first-child {}

Does this also match the article?

body > #articles > article {}

Root element should still be html, so this should match nothing:

:root {}


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Rene Saarsoo
Received on Tuesday, 3 July 2007 17:45:32 GMT

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