How to use IE DHTML's attribute in HTML and XSLT?

Now, I use IDEA 6.0, very well till it's Beta, I like it.

However, just as it's old version, when I use some special HTML's attributes
of IE, such as:

bordercolorlight/bordercolordark of TABLE element,
absmiddle of IMG element...

I often use them in HTML and XSLT.

When doing so, IDEA gives red alert warnings in the editor, tell me that
it's not legal. I don't want to switch off the checking features, so how can
I do? I really not like these red warnings.

Please tell me how to fix them? If there exists some DTD designed for IE?

Thank you all.

Netsesame.



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Netsesame wrote:

When doing so, IDEA gives red alert warnings in the editor, tell me that
it's not legal. I don't want to switch off the checking features, so how can
I do? I really not like these red warnings.


Oh, I wish I could turn off the checking features...

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Please, file JIRA request with list of attributes/tags

Netsesame wrote:

Now, I use IDEA 6.0, very well till it's Beta, I like it.

However, just as it's old version, when I use some special HTML's attributes
of IE, such as:

bordercolorlight/bordercolordark of TABLE element,
absmiddle of IMG element...

I often use them in HTML and XSLT.

When doing so, IDEA gives red alert warnings in the editor, tell me that
it's not legal. I don't want to switch off the checking features, so how can
I do? I really not like these red warnings.

Please tell me how to fix them? If there exists some DTD designed for IE?

Thank you all.

Netsesame.




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similarly, for styles like overflow-x and overflow-y and css expressions.

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Do you use CSS3?

Tony Johnson wrote:

similarly, for styles like overflow-x and overflow-y and css expressions.


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Not as such. We really just use expressions as a means of overriding a style in IE where there are differences between IE and Firefox. eg. the widths of text-areas with overflow. I forget which, but one includes the width of the scrollbar, the other does not.

We also use overflow-x and overflow-y to more precisely control the appearance of panels within modal popup dialogs. overflow-x and overflow-y are both rendered as expected in IE and Firefox.

Do you use CSS3?

Tony Johnson wrote:

similarly, for styles like overflow-x and

overflow-y and css expressions.

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Best regards,
Maxim Mossienko
elliJ Labs / JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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