Re: beef with CSS-specified image URLs
On Jul 27, 6:14pm, Todd Fahrner wrote:
> When specifying an image in CSS (say, a background image, or a list-item
> marker), the URL given in the stylesheet is relative to the HTML document,
> not to the stylesheet, at least as implemented in NS4.
Is your complaint about NS4 or CSS1?
> The specification is unclear.
Really? While certain aspects of the spec are certainly unclear - and I am
always glad to hear about any parts of the spec that need clarification in
later releases - that part seems quite unambiguous:
Partial URLs are interpreted relative to the source of the style
sheet, not relative to the document
> I think CSS-specified image URLs should be relative to the stylesheet,
Good, because that is how they are supposed to be. I agree that this eases
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