Re: [css-syntax] Error-correcting unclosed empty url()

On Tue, Oct 7, 2014 at 3:02 PM, Greg Whitworth <> wrote:
>> That is, the following two examples are equivalent per spec, assuming the
>> file ends after the last character:
>>     foo { background-image: url(foo
>>     foo { background-image: url(foo)}
>> This behavior is inconsistent across browsers - Firefox agrees with the spec
>> and treats these as equivalent, but Chrome refuses to recognize a url() as
>> valid until it sees the close parenthesis.
> FWIW: IE renders the same as well

Do you mean it treats them the same, like Firefox?


Received on Tuesday, 7 October 2014 22:07:33 UTC