From: Allan Sandfeld Jensen <kde@carewolf.com>

Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2005 15:33:13 +0100

To: www-style@w3.org

Message-Id: <200502071533.14168.kde@carewolf.com>

Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2005 15:33:13 +0100

To: www-style@w3.org

Message-Id: <200502071533.14168.kde@carewolf.com>

On Sunday 06 February 2005 03:41, you wrote: > Question is: what does "even" mean here? And "every a-th element" also is > not clear at all.Is first child even or odd?Following the rule: "The > > :nth-child(an+b) pseudo-class notation represents an element that has > : an+b-1 > > siblings before it"and assuming that tr:nth-child(2n) == tr:nth-child(2n + > 0)first element should not match tr:nth-child(2n)Am I right?And also phrase > "The a and b values must be zero, negative integers or positive integers." > [1]should be written just as "The a and b values must be integers". This is > more precise.[1] > http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/CR-css3-selectors-20011113/#nth-child-pseudoThank >s in advance,Andrew Fedoniouk.http://terrainformatica.com The easiest way of interpreting it, which is the model I've used when implementing nth in KHTML 3.4 is the algebraic one. Imagine all natural values of n and insert them in the equation. So 2n naturally matches 2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th etc. As I understood the specification only a is allowed to be negative, so a and b must be integers and b zero or positive. `AllanReceived on Monday, 7 February 2005 16:14:53 GMT

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