From: Andrey V. Lukyanov (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Dec 07 2010 - 08:11:48 CST
On Tue, 7 Dec 2010, QSJN 4 UKR wrote:
> CSS can't work correctly. For example, word ┬á"╬╝m" (micrometer) should
> be in lowercase (not megameter!) even if it is a part of <span
> style=text-transform: uppercase>, so we need some kind of markup for
> the cases like this.
CSS can handle all cases. With your┬á"╬╝m" example, you should write e. g.
<p style="text-transform: uppercase"> ...some text... <span
style="text-transform: none">╬╝m</span> ...some text... </p>
With this, you can make the whole paragraph uppercase or lowercase, but
"╬╝m" will always remain lowercase.
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