Re: Ideas for the ACSS module of CSS3

> One example I can think of that could be useful is if UA X supports both
> properties A and B, but UA Y only supports property B. One might want to
> have UAs that support property A to use it and those that don't to use
> property B, but not for those that support both to use both. In that case
> selector { propA: value, else(propB: value); } could be useful. I can't
> seem to track it down now but I remember there was talk about allowing
> extensions to css syntax with properties prefixed with a -. Having the
> ability to fallback would be useful in such cases.
That is a good generic way of putting it. Could I paraphrase that in future

Kindest Regards,
Sean B. Palmer
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Received on Sunday, 15 October 2000 15:09:15 UTC