I just installed a new theme on my site, working to get it ready for use on another site. In doing so, I added cForms 5.3, then, after I had almost everything installed (plugins) and the theme tweaked to how I wanted it for the other site, I ran everything through validation.
margin:0 0 10px 0!important;
The other problem, which was present in each of the CSS style available by default in cForms is the specifying of:
After researching it, I found in the Web Standards Group list archive that even some at Mozilla want that code to disappear because it is problematic. It looks like the following should be used instead of the above call:
Once I made the change to the code, I ran the pages back through both validators at W3C and everything validated just fine.
March 6, 2005
doesn't do the job for all browsers / theme / CSS options. the code I implemented is based on a best practice that A List Apart, who I certainly perceive as a credible source, came up with.
Take a close look, I actually had a statement already in there for browsers that understand inline-block:
display:-moz-inline-box; /*for mozilla*/
display:inline-block; /*for Opera & IE*/
It's you decision whether you want to be achieve 100% xHTML strict compliance and sacrifice looks, because removing -moz-inline-box will break the UI for Mozilla based clients.
RE: .linklove && ;;
Thanks for pointing it out, it'll be fixed in 5.4.
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