CSS Test: page properties: counter-increment


Melinda Grant, 2008/07/29 16:18

In the description, substitute 'header' for 'box'. (There's no box visible on the page.)

Tom Clancy, 2008/07/30 05:49


Melinda Grant, 2008/08/13 14:15

We have an open issue with the current spec on counters, but I think we can go ahead and work on this test.

The assertion is derived from a spec statement about using counter-increment within the page context, which is not what this test is doing. Instead of using counter-increment on the body element, use it in the page context. (That will also avoid the current spec issue.) Let's use three counters: one of them can be the built-in, 'page', but increment it by 2 for each page. Also make up a name for another counter and increment it by 'none' to be sure that's correctly supported. And use a third that increments by 1. Put one or two of them in a margin context (because there's currently no separate assertion for that). Then generate at least three pages to show that the counters are working correctly.

Tom Clancy, 2008/09/30 06:53

I think I've followed what you said, but Prince isn't matching my expectations. I'm not sure if this is because I've messed up the syntax or because the spec is still in flux and so Prince hasn't implemented.

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