[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 15508] If the style defined for an element has a space between Universal selector(*) and id(#), then Safari doesn't render that element

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Sun Oct 14 11:39:04 PDT 2007


mrowe at apple.com changed:

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------- Comment #2 from mrowe at apple.com  2007-10-14 11:39 PDT -------
The problem would appear to be that "html>body*#search .srchimgs" is parsed as
"html > body #search .srchimgs".  The title is highly misleading: the element
is not rendered because the stylesheet has display: none.  The problem is the
misparsing of the selector, not that the element is not rendered.

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