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Re: Way to Represent <img> Behaviour in CSS

From: Daniel Glazman <glazman@netscape.com>
Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2000 09:40:51 -0800
Message-ID: <3A1C0523.6080309@netscape.com>
To: webmaster@richinstyle.com
CC: www-style@w3.org
Matthew Brealey wrote:

> You wrote:
>> In the CSS2 spec. there is a style sheet to represent the default behaviour
>> (i.e. style) that most browsers apply to HTML. However, there is the caveat
>> that certain things like the display of images in <img> cannot be expressed.
>> While this is not quite legal, has anyone considered the following:-
>>      @media screen { img { content: url(attr(src)); } }
> Yes they have.
> img {content:  url()} is almost certain to be valid CSS3, and attr is proposed.
> -- Random fortune
> Hear about the Californian terrorist that tried to blow up a bus?
> Burned his lips on the exhaust pipe.

Almost certain ?... Voyez-vous cela...

Is there _any_ good reason why I receive FIVE copies of your message 
with a different 'fortune' at the
bottom each time (and that implies it's not a mail exploder's bug) ?

Received on Wednesday, 22 November 2000 12:40:19 UTC

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