Opened 2 years ago

Last modified 2 years ago

#6003 new defect (bug)

W3C CSS syntax for pseudo element in meta

Reported by: multidots1896's profile multidots1896 Owned by:
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Component: Keywords: has-patch commit


I have checking in meta sites, and moving in in that bb-base theme has found a pseudo element structure in style.css file.
on their for pseudo element like :after and :before single-colon syntax was used but this type of syntax was used in CSS1 and CSS2.
In latest CSS3 level we used double colon notation for pseudo element (::after and ::before).

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6003.patch (5.4 KB) - added by multidots1896 2 years ago.
added patch for this ticket where i modify css

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2 years ago

added patch for this ticket where i modify css

#1 @dd32
2 years ago

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This isn't the only case where single-colons are used, is a good article about it - put simply, it doesn't matter if it's single or double really.

Since the work is done, no harm in committing it though.

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