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Re: [css3-page] Section 3.4.2. Cascading in the page context

From: Werner Donné <werner.donne@re.be>
Date: Thu, 15 Jan 2004 17:38:42 +0100
Message-ID: <4006C212.80303@re.be>
To: "BIGELOW,JIM (HP-Boise,ex1)" <jim.bigelow@hp.com>
Cc: www-style@w3.org

Jim,

That is perfect. Thank you very much.

Regards,

Werner.

BIGELOW,JIM (HP-Boise,ex1) wrote:
> Werner, you wrote
> 
>>The specificity calculation is expressed in terms of 
>>selectors, which in turn are expressed in terms of elements. 
>>It could indeed also apply to at-page rules. But shouldn't 
>>the specification then say somewhere that an "anonymous" 
>>at-page rule corresponds to the universal element selector 
>>and a named at-page rule to a type selector?
>>
> 
>  Werner, you make a good point. I'm inclined to expand Section 3.4.2.
> "Cascading in the page context" to indicate that the properties in the named
> page override those in a page. Does this seem reasonable to you?
> 
> - Jim
> 
> [1] http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-page/#cascading-and-page-context 
> 
> 
> 
> 
>>BIGELOW,JIM (HP-Boise,ex1) wrote:
>>
>>>Werner,
>>>
>>>Thank you for your comment, it has been assign the number 34.
>>>
>>>You wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>Shouldn't there also be a cascading relationship between
>>>>"anonymous" at-page rules and named at-page rules, where the 
>>>>latter would be stronger then the former?
>>>
>>>
>>>I think the concept of specificity [1] already supplies the 
>>>relationship you describe.
>>>[1] Item 3 of 
>>
>>http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/cascade.html#cas> cading-order
>>
> 
> 

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