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*”when using the css3 pseudo selector
nth-childfollowed by a nested selector e.g.
td:nth-child(4) > p
some times (but consitently) they do not match to the correct element. Has anyone using nth-child experienced this before and know why it sometimes works and other times not?”*
For now the solution is to use jQuery to get to the nth child and apply the styles that way.
jQuery 1.4.2 ajax json responses with a response code of 200 and responseText:” ” (note the non empty string) causes jquery to trigger the failure callback instead of the success. Previous versions would handle this as a special case and still trigger the success callback. Most people agree this is proper as an empty string is not valid json, but be aware!
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