On 12/22/20 6:11 AM, Emilio Cobos Álvarez wrote:
> On 12/21/20 11:47 PM, Joey Arhar wrote:
>> > Do you plan to honor `:visited`? See 
>> > : https://github.com/w3c/csswg-drafts/issues/3817
>> Thanks for sharing this!
>> I didn't know you could render <link>s like that.
>> After tinkering with the html you provided in that github issue, which
>> I have attached to this email, I found that my implementation will
>> support link:visited like Safari.
>> Based on the html file, it looks like firefox doesn't support
>> link:visited... are you getting the same results?
> It's more subtle than that. Yeah, I changed Firefox's behavior in ,
> which is what triggered that issue.
> I think Safari generally doesn't support link:visited. I think they just
> have an special-case for the empty href which is silly, see .
> So I think either old or new Firefox behavior (i.e., either actually
> support link:visited, or don't support it, respectively) are preferable,
> because I don't see why the empty href special-case would be desirable.