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Non-standard CSS properties/rules/etc..

From: Ian Graham <igraham@smaug.java.utoronto.ca>
Date: Sun, 14 Dec 1997 20:45:00 -0500 (EST)
Message-Id: <199712150145.UAA14926@smaug.java.utoronto.ca>
To: www-style@w3.org
Hi --

Someone asked about CSS 'extensions' (proprietary and otherwise)
that are  implemented on IE4 and NS4.  Here is a little table I'd been
working on, based on what I've seen in operation, and also seen in the 
MS/NS documentation. Some of these are, of coures, defined in some
woring documents -- I haven't checked to seewhat got into CSS2.

Internet Explorer 4
-------------------

 A) PSEUDOCLASSES
       :hover              pseudoclass for mouse hovering over element

 B) PROPERTIES
       filter:            define a special effects filter for the 
                          associated element
       page-break-before: 
       page-break-after:  
       cursor:            specify type of cursor symbol (auto, 
                          crosshair, default, hand,move,e-resize, 
                          ne-resize, w-resize, nw-resize,
                          se-resize, sw-resize, s-resize, n-resize,
                          text, wait) 
  C) @-RULES
       @font-face  { font-family: name;
                     src:  url('url-to-font'); 
                     .....
                   }


Netscape Navigator 4
--------------------

      @fontdef {url('url-to-font');}  For TrueDoc fonts (I think they also
                                      support the newer @font-face

      include-source:  url('url');    Including HTML documents into
                                      layer elements.
--
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