Thanks for this, Bert. That was simply a mistake. I should have written
selector, and I'll change it to that.
On 19/08/2011 13:25, Bert Bos wrote:
> On Thursday 18 August 2011 17:50:19 Richard Ishida wrote:
>> Comments are being sought on the following new articles prior to
>> final publication. NOTE THAT the articles are in a temporary
>> location, and will be moved to their final location after the
>> 1 Working with language in HTML (tutorial format)
> In the context of CSS, I typically use the word "property" as a
> technical term for the first part of a CSS declaration and speak about
> "feature," "characteristic" or some such term when I mean a property in
> the dictionary sense.
> So it may be that calling ':lang' a property will confuse some people.
> The technical term in CSS is "pseudo-class" or more generally
> "selector." (Further down in the article you indeed use those terms.)
> Maybe there is a creative way to avoid the word "property"?
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