Overview Description: Reading the type of a <LI> when the tag type is set to: <LI type=a> results in an upper case answer which is incorrect. Same for when <LI type=i> Steps to Reproduce: - See attached testcase where each <LI> is set to a different type, and then the type is read by DOM Actual Results: AAII Expected Results: AaIi Build Date & Platform Bug Found: 1999-12-07-12-M12 Win98 Additional Platforms Tested On: Linux, Mac Additional Information: Possibly related to circumstance where DOM converts "align" to "Align"?
reassigning qa contact
In an attempt to get my bug list in order again, marking all the bugs I have currently as ASSIGNED.
Hah! This bug came about when I tried to make sure we matched the part of DOM Level 1 where it says 'The return value of an attribute that has a data type that is a value list is always capitalized, independent of the case of the value in the source document. For example, if the value of the align attribute on a P element is "left" then it is returned as "Left".' (see http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-DOM-Level-1/level-one-html.html#ID-642250288). Obviously, this is an exception, as is any place where the case of the value is significant. I'll fix this.
I have a fix waiting in my tree (probably M13).
Special-cased the case sensitive attributes of type value list. Fixed on 12/21/1999.
QA contact Update
Updating QA contact to Shivakiran Tummala.
verified on win2k for build 2001-07-09-09...marking as verified...