Re: Alternate stylesheets and the "disabled" DOM property

The experimental implementation in Safari added these properties to 
DocumentStyle.  IMO that is the most logical place to put it.

On Oct 3, 2003, at 9:50 AM, Daniel Glazman wrote:

> Boris Zbarsky wrote:
>> This topic has been DOM all along, purposefully, since the CSS 
>> working group has taken over defining DOM access to CSS from the DOM 
>> working gtoup.
> Absolutely, says me this his editor hat on.
>>> Perhaps document.styleSheets.selectedTitle, and 
>>> document.styleSheets.getSelected()
>> It's really much more intuitive, to me, to put it on the 
>> DocumentStyle interface or extension thereof...
> Boris, this deserves a discussion. Imagine that a browsing environment 
> is
> able to attach the same set (from a DOM pov) of stylesheets to more 
> than
> one document. Then attaching the selected set to styleSheets could be
> VERY useful, in order to preserve the selected set from a document to
> another one...
> Otherwise I agree with you but keeping that possibility open makes 
> sense
> to me.
> </Daniel>

Received on Friday, 3 October 2003 13:57:31 UTC