= preview = becomes different rendered than other headings.
This is because the id generated for the heading overlaps some css id used for something else.
Specifically, screen.css from Modernized is using #preview to catch the preview area. Because of how heading ids are currently generated, a heading like "preview" will get the same style as the preview area. My suggestion for fixing this is making the selector more specific: div#preview rather than just #preview (note: there's also a #previewbelow but I don't know what it is used for) -- RenatoSilva
- There are many more id's which have that rendering effect.
Alternative we could prefix or postfix the id for the heading. What is the disadvantage for doing so? -- ReimarBauer 2010-05-05 12:53:54
- Disadvantage is that hrefs to a specific heading would have to reflect that prefix/postfix, while making the css non-colliding is a rather internal thing.
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