Interpreting the CSS
Specification/Browser Support Pages

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Main Index | Element Tree | Element Index | HTML Support History

The Support Grid
This is an example of the column headings and support information for the CSS Support History grid. For each CSS property or property value listed, the table indicates if it is supported by any of the listed CSS standards (1.0, or 2.0) or reviewed browsers (Internet Explorer, Netscape/Mozilla or Opera.)

CSS Browsers
Tag Attribute   1.0 2.0   IExplorer Netscape Opera

color XX 3.0B14.0B2 3.5
inherit --X 3.0A16.0 7.0

Notations and Abbreviations
CSS Specification Support:
Represented by an "X"
Browser Support:
A version number is given such as "3.0B1" (representing Version 3.0, Beta 1.)
Represented for both CSS Specifications and browsers by a "--" symbol.
Formatting Schemes
Color coded differentiation is provided for readers with CSS-capable browsers. This makes the information much more visually obvious to a reader than plain font styles, but it should not be necessary in order to read the information properly. The colors are customizable.

First Support: Style: Italics. Default CSS: BG - Green, FG - Red
The property or property value was first specified or implemented by this standard or browser. For any given property/value a single browser and a single CSS standard can claim first support.
Support: Style: Bold. Default CSS: BG - Green, FG - White
The property or property value is supported by this standard or browser, but was not the first among those reviewed to do so.
No Support: Style: Plain. Default CSS: BG - None, FG - Gray/white
The element or attribute is not supported by this standard or browser.

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