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June 22, 2006, 6:50 pm
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Firefox (18.104.22.168) raised an error on a page in my frameset:
"Selector expected. Ruleset ignored due to bad selector."
I could find no relevant documentation or newsgroup comment on this
error, and the line-number specified as causing the problem was about
10 more than the last line on the page.
Only some miserable trial-and-error eventually identified the problem -
a CSS class named ".800" defined within the page. The problem - having
a leading numeral - is so very easily solved once identified.
Interestingly, Opera (8,54 Build 7730) had no problems with it.
Re: Numeric CSS class - Firefox complains but Opera OK
See the spec:
..."they cannot start with a digit."
A class name '800' is not valid.
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