Re: Where are unicode escapes allowed?

On Thursday 2007-11-08 15:37 +0100, Christof Hoeke wrote:
> defines how characters not 
> allowed in the current encoding may be put in a stylesheet anyway. It is 
> also said to use this escape facility only if needed. But theroretically 
> (maybe for obfuscation purposes) it may be used to extremes:

CSS 2.1 is more up to date; please look there instead, for now.

> I guess using unicode escape sequences for special CSS characters like 
> ., #, {, : }, etc generally escape theses characters as well (I could 
> not find the spec page but remember reading this somewhere).

It changes them from special characters to identifiers.


L. David Baron                       
Mozilla Corporation             

Received on Thursday, 8 November 2007 15:34:44 UTC