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    Formerly known as RockNRollPig Shpigford's Avatar
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    different types of "text-decoration"

    i was wondering if there were any other decorations besides "underline" in the "text-decoration" tag

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    Re: different types of "text-decoration"

    Originally posted by RockNRollPig
    i was wondering if there were any other decorations besides "underline" in the "text-decoration" tag
    I can think of "overline" and "strikethrough" right off the bat.

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    Not to mention "none"

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    from http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS1#text-decoration
    Value: none | [ underline || overline || line-through || blink ]
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    CSS1 Conformance: Browsers may ignore the "blink" value and still be considered CSS1 conformant.
    i am sooooooo disappointed (as this is the case for me with ie6)
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    Originally posted by Lister14


    i am sooooooo disappointed (as this is the case for me with ie6)
    Blinking text is evil incarnate....and a design disaster. For once those M$ fellows are doing you a favour
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    Originally posted by TheOriginalH


    Blinking text is evil incarnate....and a design disaster. For once those M$ fellows are doing you a favour
    it's not quite a favour if i have to replace a simple css line with 200 lines of javascript...

    ...just kidding, blinking text ain't that important, just wanted to try it out...
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    <blink> and <marquee> tags are the worst thing you can do to a site! Those two tags just scream "Frontpage", "Unprofessional", among many profanities.

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    And the marquee will return (not as a text-decoration value, though).

    I thought we were beyond that as a society. :-(

    ~~Ian

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    Originally posted by Ian Glass
    And the marquee will return (not as a text-decoration value, though).

    I thought we were beyond that as a society. :-(

    ~~Ian
    As long as AOL exists there will always be the LCD* factor.

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    *LCD = Lowest Common Denominator. (Not to be confused with LSD unless you've actually just taken LSD in which case it's okay, there really are pink and purple worms crawling out of your PC's speakers.)

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    Originally posted by Option1
    As long as AOL exists there will always be the LCD* factor.

    Neil

    *LCD = Lowest Common Denominator. (Not to be confused with LSD unless you've actually just taken LSD in which case it's okay, there really are pink and purple worms crawling out of your PC's speakers.)
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