CSS Test: 'page' property inheritance


fantasai, 2008/06/27 23:13, 2008/06/27 23:14

I don't think this test does a very good job of testing the assertion. I would put two paragraphs that inherit the 'page' value, and give the third “unspun” paragraph the initial value, asserting that it (and the last paragraph outside the dive) are on a separate page. This shows that the inherited value behaves differently from the initial value.

Tom Clancy, 2008/07/24 09:02

Done. Can you just double-check to make sure I followed you correctly? It's all working in Prince, but I'm not 100% that I did what you meant.

Melinda Grant, 2008/08/12 20:10

You can lose the 'nonrotated' page context and just set the p.unspun 'page' value to 'auto' (the initial value). Then your test will start with an auto page (not necessary but not a problem either), invoke a rotated page and prove that the 'p' inherits the 'page' value, invoke an 'auto' page and prove that it is treated differently. (And show with the last 'p' that additional 'auto' page content is concatenated rather than generating a new page. Also not necessary but not a problem.)

Tom Clancy, 2008/08/29 11:35

Ok, I think this is all set: all I did was what you said in the first sentence and left everything else alone.

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