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From: Dmitry Beransky <dberansk@ucsd.edu>
Date: Sun, 29 Nov 1998 21:59:16 -0800 (PST)
To: www-style@w3.org
Message-ID: <Pine.SOL.3.96.981129215039.23124A-100000@biomail>
Section 5.12.1 of the CSS2 spec states:

   If a pseudo-element breaks up a real 
   element, the desired effect can often 
   be described by a fictional tag sequence 
   that closes and then re-opens the element.

How would this apply to an element with an explicit ID?  As an
illustration of the problem consider a modified version of the example
given by the spec:

<P><SPAN ID="someID" class="test"> This is a somewhat long HTML
paragraph that will be broken into several
lines.</SPAN> The first line will be identified
by a fictional tag sequence. The other lines 
will be treated as ordinary lines in the paragraph.</P>

Dmitry Beransky
Received on Monday, 30 November 1998 00:59:27 UTC

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