Re: [css3-content] Some thoughts on the 'content' property in the WD

On Wed, 10 Mar 2004, Ernest Cline wrote:
> There are in my opinion three flaws with the 'content' property
> as currently defined. [1]
> 1) What happened to <attr> values?
>     CSS 2.1 allows them and the WD doesn't.

Moved to CSS3 Values and Units.

> 2) It would make sense for <attr> to used like <uri>
>     if comma separated lists are added.


> 3) The fallback value when <uri> fails should be "normal" not "none".
>    After all, If one  can't render the contents of the <uri>, one
>    would presumably want the usual content to occur which
>    would be the result of using "normal"

The fallback is whatever the author specifies, there is no default. Unless
I'm misunderstanding what you meant?

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