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From allan <lambre...@inet.uni2.dk>
Subject Re: Background-color
Date Sat, 13 Jul 2002 17:54:25 GMT
Stas Bekman wrote:
> 
> allan wrote:
> > i agree with david we should do this for the span rules.
> >
> > the problem with transparent is that netscape 4 in some
> > variations turns it into black (!).
> > i pretty sure it doesn't understand it, which is good in a
> > sense, because if it doesn't understand it, it won't render
> > it and therefore the background will be transparent. but if
> > we specfiy a border to 1px for instance, it realy does
> > understand that it should render some background-color and
> > if it then meet the value 'transparent' it will of course turn
> > it into ... black.
> >
> > anyway, in the case of these span rules it's not a problem
> > and all our divs that are not specified with a border are
> > already transparent.
> 
> so we have nothing to change then? the current style is just fine?
> 

basically yes. transparent wont change a thing currently. but here you
are [ok ie5, ns4 for mac]


Index: src/style.css
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RCS file: /home/cvspublic/modperl-docs/src/style.css,v
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<     background-color: #ffffff;
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>     background-color: transparent;
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<     background-color: #ffffff;
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>     background-color: transparent;
430c430
<     background-color: #ffffff;
---
>     background-color: transparent;




./allan

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