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Re: Class Selectors Extension Proposals

From: Daniel Glazman <glazman@netscape.com>
Date: Thu, 16 May 2002 13:32:11 +0200
Message-ID: <3CE398BB.30901@netscape.com>
To: Alberto Pacheco <alberto@computer.org>
CC: www-style@w3.org
Alberto Pacheco wrote:

> Does CSS support the following class descriptors functionality?
>  
> 1) Adding classes
>     Let be
>         .a { p1; }
>         .b { p2; }
>     How do I get ".c {.a + .b}"  or "<span class=a+b>"
>     Where class c combines a & b classes properties, ie equivalent to 
> ".c { p1; p2; }"


Just write <span class="a b">.

>  2) Parametrized classes
>     How do I get something like:
>         .c(X,Y) { width:X; color:Y; }
>     To be refered in HTML later as:
>         <span class="c(50%,red)">
>     Where class c becomes equivalent to ".c { width:50%; color:red;)"
>  
> I know it sounds crazy..


Oh ! That one is interesting and not so crazy. We already have 
pseudo-classes accepting parameters, so why not classes (theoretical 
question only)...
Unfortunately it's not only on the CSS side and would imply a 
modification of the class attribute's model.
Anyway, I think it deserves to be added to the CSS Suggestions List, if 
it is still active. Bert, what do you think ?

</Daniel>

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