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From Christian Grobmeier <>
Subject Re: New bootstrap CSS messes up display of all internal name definitions
Date Tue, 11 Oct 2011 21:13:58 GMT
>>> The ones I noticed were in headings, but there could now (or in the
>>> future) be other instances that are not in headings.
>> well, I *hope* this will not be the case. Otherwise there will be
>> exceptions on the page which finally leads into chaos.
> Not sure I follow.

No worries, my comment was not so important

> What exceptions?
> <a name="xyz"> used to be the standard way to create anchors in HTML
> files, so why should that cause an exception?

I meant, we use tocs which lead to h2 anchors only.
If somebody would start to make anchors without putting it into a
heading, that would be an exception to what we have now. If it is only
one, ok, but if there are many...

>>> We should use the fix suggested above in combination with the selector.
>>> If the browser does not support the selector, at least headings will
>>> still look OK.
>> +1
>>> I'm working on a JIRA to document this; I'll attach my site.vsl patch
>>> in case we later have to (or want to) use ids in header tags instead.
>> Sounds good
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