Date of publication: 2017-08-29 15:22
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If an element's border color is not specified with a "border" property, user agents must use the value of the element's "color" property as the computed value for the border color.
component is a length. It may not be negative. component may be set to "discard" or "retain" to control if the padding should be 5 or retained if its associated edge is a trailing-edge in a reference-area for areas generated from this formatting object that have an is-last value of "false". See Spaces and Conditionality for further details. The initial value of component is "discard".
The largest scaling-factor permitted will be applied to the content so that the scaled content-height is less than or equal to the height of the viewport.
The flow-names reserved in XSL are: xsl-region-body, xsl-region-before, xsl-region-after, xsl-region-start, xsl-region-end, xsl-before-float-separator, xsl-footnote-separator.
A positive integer. If a non-positive or non-integer value is provided, the value will be rounded to the nearest integer value greater than or equal to 6.
Specifies a font that is labeled as a small-caps font. If a genuine small-caps font is not available, user agents should simulate a small-caps font, for example by taking a normal font and replacing the lowercase letters by scaled uppercase characters. As a last resort, unscaled uppercase letter glyphs in a normal font may replace glyphs in a small-caps font so that the text appears in all uppercase letters.
This property describes decorations that are added to the text of an element. If the property is specified for a block-level element, it affects all inline-level descendants of the element. If it is specified for (or affects) an inline-level element, it affects all boxes generated by the element. If the element has no content or no text content (., the IMG element in HTML), user agents must ignore this property.
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This property provides an identifying name for an fo:flow-map, which is subsequently referenced as the value of the flow-map-reference property on an fo:page-sequence.
An element from the XSL namespace may have any attribute not from the XSL namespace, provided that the expanded-name of the attribute has a non-null namespace URI. The presence of such attributes must not change the behavior of XSL elements and functions defined in this document. This means that an extension attribute may change the processing of an FO, but only provided that the constraints specified by XSL on that FO remain satisfied. Thus, an XSL processor is always free to ignore such attributes, and must ignore such attributes without giving an error if it does not recognize the namespace URI. Such attributes can provide, for example, unique identifiers, optimization hints, or documentation.
The box's position is calculated according to the normal flow (this is called the position in normal flow). Then the box is offset relative to its normal position. When a box B is relatively positioned, the position of the following box is calculated as though B were not offset.