CSS 3 Module <== Test # ==>
W3C Selectors 252 of 296
Testing Date Revision
Syntax and parsing of unknown pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements (ID #161) 2005-11-09 1.2

NOTE: User interaction is required for this test.

This line should have a green background.

UAs may render the following element as a pop up menu. If so, please ensure the menu is unstyled (or green).

This line should have a green background (or it might be unstyled).
  p { background: lime; }
  p   * { background: lime; }
  p > * { background: lime; }
  p + * { background: lime; }
  p ~ * { background: lime; }

  /* let's try some pseudos that are not valid CSS but are likely to
  be implemented as extensions in some UAs. These should not be
  recognised, as UAs implementing such extensions should use the
  :-vnd-ident syntax. */

  :canvas { background: red; }
  :viewport { background: red; }
  :window { background: red; }
  :menu { background: red; }
  :table { background: red; }
  :select { background: red; }
  ::canvas { background: red; }
  ::viewport { background: red; }
  ::window { background: red; }
  ::menu { background: red; }
  ::table { background: red; }
  ::select { background: red; }
 <p>This line should have a green background.</p>
 <p>
  UAs may render the following element as a pop up menu. If so, please ensure the menu is unstyled (or green).
  <select size="1">
   <option>This should</option>
   <option>have a green</option>
   <option>background.</option>
  </select>
 </p>
 <table><tr><td>This line should have a green background (or it might be unstyled).</td></tr></table>
 <!-- only allowed to be unstyled if + and ~ are not supported -->