- Code, Content, and Presentation
---- Influence of transparent at the top of CSS
- 8:54 pm on Nov 22, 2013
The part I can't figure out is whether you can make a "first choice, second choice" formulation, in the same way that you can offer a comma-delimited list of fonts.
You mean something like:
That's why the ignore what you do not understand rule is there in CSS: to allow a trivial way to give an fallback: put it first and then overrule it.
The shorthand background notation is such is difficult to use in this respect as it resets ALL background properties, also those not specified.
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