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css color override
egiss




msg:1181472
 12:21 am on Feb 23, 2003 (gmt 0)
does anyone know why you get a warning when you validate css code with the w3c validator when you define color: #value and background-color: #value2 and you use border-color #value2. the css validator gives a warning saying you override the default color. How can i get rid of this anoying message. If you specify another border color than the color or background color you donīt get this warning but i want the background color as border color.

Thanks,
egiss

 

victor




msg:1181473
 9:09 am on Feb 23, 2003 (gmt 0)

W3C validators are extremely picky. Hence the message.

Two suggestions:

1. Change the Warnings dropdown to "most important" before validating.

2. Use [htmlhelp.com...] instead.

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