It would be extremely easy to create one page for both, IF the browser support 'display:block' inside anchor links (like <a href="...><strong class="display:block">...). MS IE 5.0 render http://www.nic.fi/~tapio1/artsu-testi2.html (works only with MS IE 5.0) quite the same as http://www.nic.fi/~tapio1/artsu-testi.html (works at some level Mozilla 5.0 Gecko - the text drifs) and http://www.nic.fi/~tapio1/artsu.html (text drifts) Netscape 4.x with and without CSS support displays just text, but upper links can't be read, if the CSS support is used. The idea would be to give to handheld devices ONLY text witout CSS-support. But the idea works today only with MS IE 5.0. Also with Mozilla 5.0 Gecko upper links can't be used. If this doesn't work, the only possibility is to create pages with XML + XSLT.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
I don't understand what you're asking for and there's no URL or anything to explain. Are you saying that you there is a bug today that we don't allow blocks to be inside anchor links? If so, a small example would be nice. Or are you asking for the ability to specify "display:block" as the "class" for an element inside of a A tag? I don't see what sense that makes Marking INVALID. Please elaborate on what you're asking and then re-open
>+ ------- Additional Comments From email@example.com 2000-01-14 14:39 ------- >+ I don't understand what you're asking for and there's no URL or anything to >+ explain. I made 2 test pages. Both of them should have similar visial stucture with CSS. There is one comparison page, which normal table structure and test pages without CSS. http://www.nic.fi/~tapio1/artsu-testi.html >+ Are you saying that you there is a bug today that we don't allow blocks to be >+ inside anchor links? If so, a small example would be nice. Belongs to my five test pages and here: http://www.nic.fi/~tapio1/artsu-testi2b.html (the pages have 'flow' with 'display:block') >+ Or are you asking for the ability to specify "display:block" as the "class" for an element inside of a A tag? In order to get block-level links, also that. As you can see from my examples, without CSS-support the page could work in extremely small screens. from http://www.nic.fi/~tapio1/artsu-testi.html (Computer screen) to http://www.nic.fi/~tapio1/artsu-testi2b.html (handheld devices or terminals) but it would need this to work: http://www.nic.fi/~tapio1/artsu-testi2.html (better starting point to do this)
Tapio, I'm marking this INVALID. We go over and over this, but I need you to give me a SMALL test case that exhibits the problem. I do not have time to compare two Web pages and guess at what the problem is. Please provide a nice small test case. If you can't provide a small test case, then re-open the bug but it's going to be very low priority then.
Status: REOPENED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago → 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
Marking as INVALID (per previous comments) again. Tapio, please provide a simple test case.
Marking verfied based on the last comments.
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