Hakon Lie wrote:
> Scott E. Preece writes:
> > I love stylesheets; I wish they had them in Netscape today. I also
> > understand how it might be a major engineering job to re-work things so
> > they fit.
> It isn't. The formatting engines of modern graphical browsers can do
> most of the visual work already. To support CSS contextual selectors,
> the browser needs the concept of a stack of open elements. If you
> start from scratch there is some work to be done here, but -- as Chris
> Wilson described at WWW5 in May -- it's doable for one person on a
> tight time line.
If you had sample code for a context lookup, I think alot of browsers
could indeed support CSS1 within a few weeks. I'd like to at least see
a published algorithm, not necessarily optimal, for the lookup code.
Doug Rand <firstname.lastname@example.org> (508) 567 - 2217
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