Re: content: url() is bad

Ian Hickson wrote:
>  D. Do something that hasn't yet been suggested.

Something that was suggested was "content" to generate kids (acts as B), 
and "replacement" to make a replaced element.

If replacement is set, content computes to something appropriate (there 
is precedent with the way float affects display, eg).

I _think_ that's more intuitive for authors.  But maybe I'm wrong and 
the interaction of the two properties will confuse them....


Received on Wednesday, 14 April 2004 14:06:43 UTC