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Old 10-21-2009
Brad
 

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CSS parser bug
I have found css syntax that IE 8 (and 7) does not handles consistently:
sometmes does not yet other browsers, like firefox and safari, handles
correctly.

Here are examples of css syntax that is sometimes not handled

.search td.ms-sbcell[class="ms-sbcell"]{}

.search td[class="ms-sbcell"]{}

The above two use class names and attribute selectors to apply css to a
specific tabel cell (why I am doing it this way is irrelevant to the issue).

If I use the IE developer tool to interogate the element these apply to it
shows the correct style (in the styles view) but none of the styles is
applied correctly. If sometime ones to look at examples I can list urls to
two different web pages where viewed in IE, one works and the other does not,
though both work in Firefox and Safari.

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Old 10-21-2009
Brad
 

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Re: CSS parser bug
Never mind. One of the documents was missing the document type directive.
Once I added that it parses correctly. Here is the directive:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
"http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">


"Brad" <lane@newsgroup.nospam> wrote in message
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> I have found css syntax that IE 8 (and 7) does not handles consistently:
> sometmes does not yet other browsers, like firefox and safari, handles
> correctly.
>
> Here are examples of css syntax that is sometimes not handled
>
> .search td.ms-sbcell[class="ms-sbcell"]{}
>
> .search td[class="ms-sbcell"]{}
>
> The above two use class names and attribute selectors to apply css to a
> specific tabel cell (why I am doing it this way is irrelevant to the
> issue).
>
> If I use the IE developer tool to interogate the element these apply to it
> shows the correct style (in the styles view) but none of the styles is
> applied correctly. If sometime ones to look at examples I can list urls
> to
> two different web pages where viewed in IE, one works and the other does
> not,
> though both work in Firefox and Safari.
>

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Old 10-21-2009
rob^_^
 

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Re: CSS parser bug
Hi Brad,

<sigh>You now know why we ask that you validate your markup , and provide an
accessible sample, before we spend our time chasing your headless
body</sigh>

You can also find technical help for IE Web development in the specific MSDN
forum.

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/For...opment/threads


7 Regards.

"Brad" <nospam@co.lane.or.us> wrote in message
news:uq$wFDoUKHA.1576@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
> Never mind. One of the documents was missing the document type directive.
> Once I added that it parses correctly. Here is the directive:
> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
> "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
>
>
> "Brad" <lane@newsgroup.nospam> wrote in message
> news:CC48F87A-8508-4163-AA18-282878EA40FD@microsoft.com...
>> I have found css syntax that IE 8 (and 7) does not handles consistently:
>> sometmes does not yet other browsers, like firefox and safari, handles
>> correctly.
>>
>> Here are examples of css syntax that is sometimes not handled
>>
>> .search td.ms-sbcell[class="ms-sbcell"]{}
>>
>> .search td[class="ms-sbcell"]{}
>>
>> The above two use class names and attribute selectors to apply css to a
>> specific tabel cell (why I am doing it this way is irrelevant to the
>> issue).
>>
>> If I use the IE developer tool to interogate the element these apply to
>> it
>> shows the correct style (in the styles view) but none of the styles is
>> applied correctly. If sometime ones to look at examples I can list urls
>> to
>> two different web pages where viewed in IE, one works and the other does
>> not,
>> though both work in Firefox and Safari.
>>

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