[whatwg] Quirks Mode Standard

On Mon, 13 Feb 2012 13:38:49 +0100, L. David Baron <dbaron at dbaron.org>  

> On Monday 2012-02-13 09:00 +0100, Simon Pieters wrote:
>> >Exactly.  My proposal, again, is that neither of these quirks
>> >apply inside a shorthand.
>> But this is not what Gecko does.
>> http://software.hixie.ch/utilities/js/live-dom-viewer/saved/1339
>> I don't know how much content uses unitless lengths or hashless
>> colors in shorthands in quirks mode. We will need to research both
>> implementations and content to inform what the spec should say here,
>> I think.
> To be exact, they don't apply inside the following shorthands:
>   -moz-border-end
>   -moz-border-start
>   -moz-columns
>   background
>   border
>   border-bottom
>   border-image
>   border-left
>   border-right
>   border-top
>   the size/weight/style and family parts of 'font'
>   list-style
>   outline
> and also don't apply inside the following complex properties:
>   box-shadow
>   text-shadow
> I suspect that the bit that was documenting an exception for
> font-size was documenting the exception (that the quirk *does*
> apply) for *within* the 'font' shorthand.

I have changed the spec for hashless hex color and unitless length to be  
closer to reality (I hope). I have limited the them to the properties in  
CSS2.1 that have colors or lengths but aren't in the list above. I made  
"support hashless hex colors" match IE instead of the other browsers,  
since IE was stricter (even in compat view). I still haven't figured out  
'font', but I'll get to it.

Simon Pieters
Opera Software

Received on Wednesday, 15 February 2012 10:42:39 UTC