Defining CSS style extension properties

Defining CSS style extension properties

The Extensions style attributes include filters, page break, and pointer options, most of which aren’t supported in any browser or are supported only in Internet Explorer 4.0 and above.

To specify extension attributes:

  1. Open the CSS Styles panel (Shift + F11), if it isn’t already open.
  2. Open the CSS Rule Definition dialog box by doing one of the following:
    • Add a new style. For detailed information, see Creating a new CSS rule.
    • Double-click an existing style to open it for editing.
  3. In the CSS Rule Definition dialog box, select Extensions, and then set the style attributes you want.

    Leave any of the following attributes empty if they are not important to the style:

    Pagebreak forces a page break during printing either before or after the object controlled by the style. Select the option you want to set in the pop-up menu. This option is not supported by any 4.0 browser, but support may be provided by future browsers.

    Cursor changes the pointer image when the pointer is over the object controlled by the style. Select the option you want to set in the pop-up menu. Internet Explorer 4.0 and later, and Netscape Navigator 6 support this attribute.

    Filter applies special effects to the object controlled by the style, including blur and inversion. Select an effect from the pop-up menu.

  4. When you are finished setting these option, select another CSS category on the left side of the panel to set additional style attributes, or click OK.


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