[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 13490] Implement execCommand("styleWithCSS", ...)

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Sat Feb 9 22:52:20 PST 2008


------- Comment #6 from fuck at os.dk  2008-02-09 22:52 PDT -------
(In reply to comment #4)
> (In reply to comment #1)
> > I think that this support is absolutely vital for webkit to be used in cms
> > environments that expect symantically correct content. Without this, webkit
> > inserts spans instead of <em>s etc.
> You write that without this feature, Safari inserts spans "instead of <em>s",
> but both the Quirksmode document that you sited and Mozillas documentation on
> styleWithCSS say that when styleWithCSS is off, Bold applies a <b> tag.  This
> is how FF behaves.  Is there a browser that inserts <em>s on Bold?
> Justin

No there is no browser that sees <em> as bold, but italic (<em>), underlined
(<u>), strikethrew (<strike>), subscript (<sub>) and supperscript (<sup>) are
also affected by this issue.

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