Re: border spacing issues

Grant, Melinda wrote:
> Fantasai said:
>> The following test is hard to interpret when the text wraps:
>> 805-c5516-ibrdr-c-00-a.xht
>> I've added line-height: 6em; to give the wide border some 
>> room in that case.
> That helps, but makes the description poor to incorrect.  How about the
> attached change, which moves the description into the p parent, and
> shortens the text within the bordered span so that it should never need
> to wrap?  (But keeps the 6em line spacing just in case...)

How's the following (attached)?

>> The following tests all fail if 'border-spacing' is zero (its 
>> initial value):
>> For the top and bottom border tests, I added a rule to skip 
>> one of a pair of adjacent cells so that there is no chance of 
>> a connection. For the others I added "border-collapse: separate;
>> border-spacing: 6px;" to the table.
> These look good.

Ok, checked in.

Index: css1test5516-i.xml
RCS file: /sources/public/CSS/CSS2.1-test-suite/raw-tests/css1tests/css1test5516-i.xml,v
retrieving revision 1.2
diff -u -r1.2 css1test5516-i.xml
--- css1test5516-i.xml	25 Apr 2007 16:29:01 -0000	1.2
+++ css1test5516-i.xml	31 Oct 2007 23:32:21 -0000
@@ -8,7 +8,8 @@
    p { margin: 3em; }
    .one {border-color: green; border-style: solid;}
    .two {border-color: green; border-width: medium; border-style: solid;}
-   .three {border-color: purple green blue yellow; border-width: 2em; border-style: solid;}
+   .three {border-color: purple green blue yellow; border-width: 2em; border-style: solid;
+           line-height: 6em;}
@@ -19,7 +20,9 @@
    <span class="two">This box should have a green border.</span>
-   <span class="three">Clockwise from top, the borders should be: PURPLE, GREEN, BLUE, YELLOW.</span>
+    Clockwise from top, the borders around
+   <span class="three">THIS PHRASE</span>
+    should be: PURPLE, GREEN, BLUE, YELLOW.

Received on Wednesday, 31 October 2007 23:36:22 UTC