Re: Inverted text

Tantek Celik wrote:
> > Yes, all the other pseudo-elements are state-independent so what does
> > that prove?
> Interesting point, but merely a coincidence.
> It doesn't change the fact that it is fairly well accepted in the CSS
> community that:
>  - a pseudo-class applies to a whole element, and indicates a state change
> of that entire element. it always represents a node in the source tree.
>  - a pseudo-element potentially applies to only part of an element or
> elements. it typically does _not_ represent a node in the source tree.

Is it? Oh ok.

> BTW - I am getting auto-responder email from about
> "contact re broken links etc." - did you intend to change the "reply-to"
> address on the email you send out?  Or is the auto-responder getting
> confused?

Very strange. has nothing to do with me. But I'm sure I've
seen it before. Perhaps someone else has some idea. 

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Received on Wednesday, 16 August 2000 11:53:12 UTC