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In the latest CSS3 specifications, it states:
“If a url()’s value starts with a U+0023 NUMBER SIGN (#) character, parse it as per normal for URLs, but additionally set the local url flag of the url().”
However, I cannot find a single example anywhere of what this “flag” looks like or how to set it. Any help is appreciated.
I think it is only relevant when you’re trying to program the browser engine itself… and reckon it’s a flag (in practice a simple variable) used to describe a confirmative value in scripting.