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Missing CSS3-Elements


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Hello!

Sorry, I want to askyou, when is phpEd (>15) full supporting CSS3?

My (little) problem is, some CSS3 elements will not be detected, for example: article, aside, details ...

Is an solution planned?

Thanks in advance,

kind regards,

Dionisys
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Hi, did u select css3 ?

project -> right click -> propertice -> Run & Debug -> Parser Properties -> use specific parser propertices and there you got an option to select css 3
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Hi!

For example, I open bootstrap.css and on the right side phped lists the errors.
If I edit an html5-file, so all ist ok.

I checked the phped.rel, attributes like article, aside, etc. are defined in html5, but not in CSS3,..

So, missing attributs become displayed as error, burt its no error.

I'm not able to upload an screenshot, the uploader says alway "bad header".

I hope you can understand, sorry for my english, its not native.

Greets, Dionisys
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It sounds more and more like the configuration on my previous post that I posted.

In my project ( i also use bootstrap ) if I dont change it to CSS 3, i also get the errors, however once i update the parser settings it looks ok.
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Hello, sounds interesting!

What do you have updated at the parser settings concretly? Can you tell me a bit please?
I have no idea what I should do or can do Smile

Thanks in advance,

Greets, Dionisys
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Be sure to select both CSS 3.0 and HTML 5.0 because those settings together change which elements the CSS parser supports. If you select CSS 3.0 without HTML 5.0, some elements will be shown as errors, which is probably correct because the element names are really an HTML 5 thing.

It is possible there is some missing support and I have seen some strange parsing issues with PhpED CSS editing, but using CSS3 and HTML5 together fixes a lot of issues.
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just say if you manage to fix the problem.
Otherwise I will try to post few images with full explanation Smile
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Hi!

I have no idea how to fix the problem Smile It would be nice if you can post a solution for me!

Thanks in advance!

Best regards, Dionisys
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hope this will help you



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You also need to select HTML 5.0 for the HTML 5 element names (aside, etc.) to be parsed correctly within the CSS Wink
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