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CSS attribute for strike-through text?

I was wondering what the appropriate CSS attribute name and value are
for strike-through text, and how widely this attribute is supported?

Thanks, - Dave
Jul 20 '05 #1
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*D. Alvarado* <la***********@zipmail.com>:

I was wondering
Did you try searching instead? Besides the publically available
specifications there are a lot tutorials and books on CSS.
what the appropriate CSS attribute name and value
Property and value.
are for strike-through text,
text-decoration: line-through
and how widely this attribute is supported?


It's in CSS1 and no different than 's' in HTML 3.2, so I doubt there were
problems.

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