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Add Styles to Elements with Particular Attributes????


Maisara-WD
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Hi guysI've a small questionI've completely understood how to do this, but it doesn't work with me,,, why???I wrot:input [type=text]{background-color: red}and it didn't work, this example is the same with the w3 one'scan u help??thanx

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Well, first remove the space between input and [type=text]. It's most likely interfering.Aside from that, I'm pretty sure that Internet Explorer 6 doesn't support that kind of selector. And I'm not sure about Internet Explorer 7.

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Well, first remove the space between input and [type=text]. It's most likely interfering.Aside from that, I'm pretty sure that Internet Explorer 6 doesn't support that kind of selector. And I'm not sure about Internet Explorer 7.
Should this work in the other non IE browsers? I have been having a massive problem with checkboxes and it would be really helpful if this at least worked for them.
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Thanx dear IngolmeI've got IE7 on my PCCan u get sure if it works with IE7 or not,,??I've removed the space, but still no waywaiting for ur replyyoursMaisara

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I did some tests and the results are that it won't work in Internet Exporer 7 unless running in Standards Compliant mode.This means you'll have to put a correct DOCTYPE delcaration on your page (HTML or XHTML Strict is my recommendation). And make sure your page is valid (X)HTML.

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Should this work in the other non IE browsers?
It will work in all modern non-IE browsers
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:) Ok guysdear ingolme, I'm sorry but I couldn't get uI understood that I should use sutible doctype, (Unfortunately I still can't do it), is that right??I'm tiring u with my silly questions, Sorry..thanx
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Paste one of the following into the very top of your document, before any tags. This tells your browsers that your markup should be interpreted as strictly following the rules. Then, to make sure your code really is strict, use this service to validate it. http://validator.w3.org/<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"><!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">

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