User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1; rv:6.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/6.0 Build ID: 20110811165603 Steps to reproduce: Create a page with several Elements with an id attribute, and some links that jump to another id element. The id elements have a CSS definition with the :target selector to highlight the currently selected one. When navigating forward, another element is highlighted. When navigating back, the previously highlighted element is not highlighted again, but the style just stays the same, as if I had not navigated back. Expected results: Instead, the style should correctly represent the page at any time. (Hard to explain...)
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Thanks for fixing it after all. But why does the Bugzilla search never find such things?
(In reply to Yves Goergen from comment #4) > But why does the Bugzilla search never find such things? Some things the world may never know. You might want to try searching with Google (this works only as of recently). For instance, "site:bugzilla.mozilla.org :target back" finds the bug in the 4th hit, despite Google not understanding that ':target' is different from 'target'.