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Re: feedback on PR-CSS1



On Nov 16, 12:57pm, William I. Johnston wrote:

> Nowhere in the proposed recommendation do you truly define what
> a "parent" element is. Is this something we are supposed to know
> from the HTML spec?

Pretty much.

> For example, what is the "parent" element of
> a paragraph?

Depends. For example:

<!doctype foohtml><head><title>One</title></head>
<body><p>Hello</p></body></html>

The parent of the P is body, (and the parent of body is html).

<!doctype foohtml><head><title>Two</title></head>
<body><ul><li><p>Hello</p></li></ul></body></html>

The parent of p is li, the parent of li is ul, the parent of ul is body
and the parent of body is html.

Does that help?

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