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Comment by freitasm, on 9-Nov-2009 20:04
I think this would be more appropriate on a forum post?
Comment by chiefie, on 9-Nov-2009 20:50
Interestingly, when reading up about CSS3 namespace (http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-namespace/) it seems correct, however I've tried in Safari 4 on Windows and Firefox 3.5.4 (both do support draft CSS3 to some level).
It is either the browsers are yet fully implement this, or they use vendor-specific method for CSS3 implementation?
What browser you tested on? Is there anymore write regarding if this draft selector actually been implemented or just a suggestion to CSS3 namespace?
Comment by chiefie, on 9-Nov-2009 20:54
Found something interesting. This is working/viewable in Firefox 3.5.4 - http://www.aaronsw.com/2002/HTMLnamespaces
Comment by chiefie, on 9-Nov-2009 21:50
Nah, CSS3 is currently in candidate draft, which mean it is no where near finalised (draft is the closest any of the CSS3 be made to in the near future.) CSS2.1 was in draft for a long time.
Not all CSS3 that been suggested may make it through to final, which mean when it is at that stage, the browser vendors will implement them into next browser, and we count on Microsoft to adopt CSS3 in partial or in most basic form when it is finalised... (and probably when it is IE9 or 10).
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