When the content property of a pseudo-element before or after is set to url("foo"), this content seems not to be included.
http://www.bath.ac.uk/%7Epy8ieh/internet/eviltests/content/3.html is a testcase testing this and it's working for me... Where do you see this fail?
Assignee: asa → dbaron
Component: Browser-General → Style System
QA Contact: doronr → ian
Marking WORKSFORME based on bz's comment. If you have clear steps to explain to us how to see the problem that you're seeing, please REOPEN the bug. Also see http://mozilla.org/quality/bug-writing-guidelines.html
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
Comments from reporter: http://dev.moine-fou.org/css/ The span and div tags have an :after including a text file and an image. And nothing... I verified this very simple code many times, but there is nothing to do. --------------------------------- The image URL links to a 404, so that's not a very good test. :) The text document does not appear. Reopening based on that.
Status: RESOLVED → UNCONFIRMED
OS: Windows 98 → All
Hardware: PC → All
Resolution: WORKSFORME → ---
Summary: url() content seems not to be generated → url() content not generated when it's not an image
Hmmm. This really isn't the intent of generated content -- after all, it's for style. While one *could* say that the spec allows this I think the intent of the spec was to allow for generated content that is *stylistic*. After all, separation of style and content means that your content should be in your content, not in your style, and your style should be optional. So I'm going to mark this as WONTFIX because I think the *intent* of the spec was that this be used for images. Ian -- is that reasonable?
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago → 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
*** Bug 252239 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Artwork like corporate identity stuff ist not content but stylish. I.e. the same content published on different media types sometimes needs different structured artwork or differently positioned artwork. The CSS specification does not limit content:url to images only. If you support any kind of resource including HTML, XHTML or what ever Mozilla is able to deal with to be added as content by the stylesheet, you enhance Mozilla and the composer with one single step to the power of MS-Word templates. No. Not just up to the power of the MS-Word templates but you leave MS-Word miles behind you, because they can not change the template after starting to write the document based on the template. But we can change the stylesheet at any time, which will then change the look an feel of the document. I.e. you can change a private letter writte in HTML / XHTML into a business letter by simply exchanging the stylsheet. Or you can use the same document like a product sheet with as website stylesheet and a printig stylesheet with totally different layout. Fixing this bug might be big step in replacing MS-Office by Mozilla-Office.
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