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H1 tag bug in Opera
Faulty rendering with text-transform: capitalize;
netcommr




msg:1585473
 2:56 pm on Sep 26, 2002 (gmt 0)

<head>
<style>
h1 { text-transform: capitalize; }
h2 { text-transform: capitalize; }
</style></head>
<body>
<h1 class="caps">first word is not capital</h1>
<h2 class="caps2">works fine</h2>
</body>

When displayed in the browser, the first word of the H1 tag is not capitalized. Kinda breaks half my pages...

Is this consistent with all operating systems? Do you Mac users see this too?

The above actuall does work, just not on the page in profile.

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Opera Version

Version
6.05

Build
1140

Platform
Win32

System
Windows XP

Java
Sun Java Runtime Environment 1.3

 

tedster




msg:1585474
 3:58 am on Sep 27, 2002 (gmt 0)

Works fine for me.

Version
6.03

Build
1107

Platform
Win32

System
Windows 98

Is this an XP thing? Did you install SP1?

netcommr




msg:1585475
 3:34 am on Sep 28, 2002 (gmt 0)

Thanks for looking Ted...

but is the 's' in "Stage Lighting and Power..." [lightdevelopmentconcepts.com] in caps on your monitor? Not on my machine....?

topr8




msg:1585476
 3:41 am on Sep 28, 2002 (gmt 0)

but is the 's' in "Stage Lighting and Power..." in caps on your monitor?

no not on mine... opera 6.04 win2k

PeterD




msg:1585477
 3:49 am on Sep 28, 2002 (gmt 0)

I see lower case "s".
Version 6.04
Build 1135
Windows 98

bobriggs




msg:1585478
 3:52 am on Sep 28, 2002 (gmt 0)

Not on mine either, This is the first 6.0, Win2K.

line-height: .9;

I know that's not the problem, but shouldn't there be a unit?

The above actuall does work, just not on the page in profile.

What happens if you leave the statement as is:
h1 { text-transform: capitalize; }
and gradually add your other attributes? (I'm just wondering if the bug is a combination of something else).

netcommr




msg:1585479
 11:09 am on Sep 28, 2002 (gmt 0)


Good idea Bob...

Same result with any combo of attribs - but, I found...

this works - ...your needs in </span><h1>stage lighting...

this does not - ...your needs in</span><h1>stage lighting...

apparently Opera thinks 'instage' is the word I meant...

something new everyday... whitespace does matter sometimes.

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