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2779Fix the bug whereby color rules on 'html' elements in author CSS wouldn't work. (credit: sp)2009-02-11 07:38
@@ -62191,21 +62191,20 @@ h2 { font-size: 1.50em; font-weight: bold; }
 h3 { font-size: 1.17em; font-weight: bold; }
 h4 { font-size: 1.00em; font-weight: bold; }
 h5 { font-size: 0.83em; font-weight: bold; }
 h6 { font-size: 0.67em; font-weight: bold; }
 big { font-size: larger; }
 small, sub, sup { font-size: smaller; }
 sub, sup { line-height: normal; }
 
 :link { color: blue; }
 :visited { color: purple; }
-body { color: black; background: white; }
 mark { background: yellow; color: black; }
 
 table, td, th { border-color: gray; }
 thead, tbody, tfoot, tr { border-color: inherit; }
 table[rules=none], table[rules=groups], table[rules=rows],
 table[rules=cols], table[rules=all], table[frames=void],
 table[frames=above], table[frames=below], table[frames=hsides],
 table[frames=lhs], table[frames=rhs], table[frames=vsides],
 table[frames=box], table[frames=border],
 table[rules=none] > tr > td, table[rules=none] > tr > th,
@@ -62264,20 +62263,26 @@ table[frames=rhs] > tfoot > tr > td, table[frames=rhs] > tfoot > tr > th,
 table[frames=vsides] > tfoot > tr > td, table[frames=vsides] > tfoot > tr > th,
 table[frames=box] > tfoot > tr > td, table[frames=box] > tfoot > tr > th,
 table[frames=border] > tfoot > tr > td, table[frames=border] > tfoot > tr > th {
   border-color: black;
 }
 
 </pre>
 
   <hr>
 
+  <p>The initial value for the 'color' property is expected to be
+  black. The initial value for the 'background-color' property is
+  expected to be white.</p>
+
+  <hr>
+
   <p>The <code>article</code>, <code>aside</code>, <code>nav</code>,
   and <code>section</code> elements are expected to affect the styling
   of <code>h1</code> elements, based on the nesting depth. If <var
   title="">x</var> is a selector that matches elements that are either
   <code>article</code>, <code>aside</code>, <code>nav</code>, or
   <code>section</code> elements, then the following rules capture what
   is expected:</p>
 
   <!-- XXX this is better than http://damowmow.com/temp/sectioning.css
            but it's still not optimal... -->

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