Re: null-values for css-properties?
Jonas Salling writes:
> You solution assumes that the author has perfect knowledge
> about the style sheets that are used, and that they will not
> change. I think it is important to allow the author to disable
> certain properties/values WITHOUT him/her having complete
> knowledge about the environment.
You're right. There is no easy way to turn off blinking without also
throwing out other values set on the text-decoration property. This
was sacrificed for the sake of brevity -- the alternatives would be to
have separate binary properties for all values on 'text-decoration'.
> This problem becomes evident when you try to design a
> word processor style GUI for HTML authoring software
> supporting CSS... ;>)
But since you know the document structure at that point you can tailor
the style sheet for your needs, no?
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