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In XHTML and XML, it is possible to intermix markup languages in a single document When using mixed vocabularies, it is possible to have tags that have similar names but are from different vocabularies Commonly, an example is given of having the traditional HTML tag <table> being confused with some <table> tag in a fictitious Furniture Markup Language Adding the concept of a namespace to indicate what vocabulary a tag comes from eliminates confusion, but this would have to be extended to CSS For example, using our <table> tag example, what would the following rule do
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table {border: 1px solid red;}
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Would it apply the rule to both types of tags or just one What about if we wanted to introduce a different look for each Enter the CSS3 @namespace directive As an example, here we introduce a CSS rule for a standard <p> tag and one for a <p> tag in our custom namespace:
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<style type="text/css"> p {color: red;} </style> <style type="text/css"> @namespace "htmlref"; p {background-color: green; color: white;} </style>
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When we can invoke an XML parser, the browser should apply different styles to the differently namespaced tags:
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CSS3 Proprietary and Emerging Features Reference
Interestingly, the support for this construct is most problematic due to browser handling of XML/XHTML documents, MIME types, and the varying syntaxes for mixing tag vocabularies
NOTE This demo uses an xmlns attribute, which is discussed in the HTML5 specification
somewhat controversially as some nonworking talisman attribute Interestingly, the test suite at the W3C provides the inspiration for the brief demo, and the demo based upon the illustration does work in many currently shipping browsers
PART II
Media Queries
A media query takes the CSS media attribute and extends it with conditions For example, commonly Web developers are familiar with a style rule for print and one for screen Media queries add to this a query upon the media, such as what is the available width or color, to then determine whether to apply rules or not Such a query system allows Web developers to easily apply different styles to different conditions, such as one style for a wide screen and one for a narrow one, without resorting to JavaScript As an example, here we employ a style sheet widecss if the screen resolution is at least 1024px, a different one for a midrange window size, and one for a small window size:
<link rel="stylesheet" media="screen and (min-width: 1024px)" href="wide css"> <link rel="stylesheet" media="screen and (min-width: 641px) and (max-width: 1023px)" href="mediumcss"> <link rel="stylesheet" media="screen and (max-width: 640px)" href="narrow css">
Interestingly, most modern browsers, with the exception of Internet Explorer as of version 8, support this, as shown in Figure 6-1
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Media queries can be used inline, as well, with the @media syntax, and may also apply to different mediums; for example, here we might apply different CSS rules depending on the print style:
@media print and (orientation:portrait) { /* portrait layout rules */ } @media print and (orientation:landscape) { /* landscape rules */ }
Table 6-6 details all of the media queries defined by the specification, though implementations currently focus mostly on width-related features What you decide to do with a media query is up to your imagination An interesting possibility is side-by-side display environments for wide monitors and stacked layouts for narrow ones
Part II:
Core Style
FIGURE 6-1
Media queries in action
Web Fonts
An exciting change that some incorrectly think was introduced by CSS3 is the inclusion of Web fonts In reality, downloadable fonts using CSS and even HTML have been available in browsers since the 4x generation, though with the demise of Netscape, only Internet Explorer continued to support them until their later reintroduction in more modern browsers Regardless of their origin, the syntax is fairly consistent An at (@) rule is used to associate a font name to be used in a style sheet with some downloadable font A fontfamily property is used within the rule to name the font, and an src is associated with an external font name:
@font-face {font-family: fontname; src: url(fontfile);}
Later, the font can be used as a name within properties like font-family and font Make sure to specify other font names as a fallback in case downloadable font technology is not supported or the font fails to load for some reason As an example:
@font-face {font-family: "handwriting"; src: url(handwritingttf);} body {font-family: "handwriting", cursive; font-size: 5em;}
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