Proprietary extensions to CSS1 already?
(Apologies if this issue has already been raised)
In Netscape's Dynamic HTML documentation (which still mentions
PR 5 even though 4.01a is the latest version), there is
a section called Chapter 3.1 Dyanmic Fonts .
It contains this example:
No mention is made that @fontdef is an extension to CSS not
covered in the official CSS1 specification, nor even a proposal
offered in the Working Draft on Fonts , and that this syntax
is not approved by anyone or supported by anything other than
Shades of HTML extensions and browser wars, all over again in
a new arena.
P.S. I'm interested if someone else can comment on my "Issue 3"
post last night regarding background images and block-level
elements. I'm not certain if Navigator 4's narrow-background
interpretation isn't a valid UA choice, or if it's in violation
of the CSS1 spec as I argued.
E. Stephen Mack <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.emf.net/~estephen/