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Css: Fix tests

It's not easy to find a CSS property that is implemented even in
ancient browsers and that returns a consistent result among browsers
when passed through .css(). color didn't work since Firefox normalizes
it an empty value to rgb(0, 0, 0).
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mgol committed Mar 10, 2014
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  1. +9 −6 test/unit/css.js
@@ -930,16 +930,19 @@ test( "Keep the last style if the new one isn't recognized by the browser (#1483
expect( 2 );

var el;
el = jQuery( "<div></div>" ).css( "color", "black" ).css( "color", "fake value" );
equal( el.css( "color" ), "black", "The old style is kept when setting an unrecognized value" );
el = jQuery( "<div></div>" ).css( "color", "black" ).css( "color", " " );
equal( el.css( "color" ), "black", "The old style is kept when setting to a space" );
el = jQuery( "<div></div>" ).css( "position", "absolute" ).css( "position", "fake value" );
equal( el.css( "position" ), "absolute", "The old style is kept when setting an unrecognized value" );
el = jQuery( "<div></div>" ).css( "position", "absolute" ).css( "position", " " );
equal( el.css( "position" ), "absolute", "The old style is kept when setting to a space" );
});

test( "Reset the style if set to an empty string", function() {
expect( 1 );
var el = jQuery( "<div></div>" ).css( "color", "black" ).css( "color", "" );
equal( el.css( "color" ), "", "The style can be reset by setting to an empty string" );
var el = jQuery( "<div></div>" ).css( "position", "absolute" ).css( "position", "" );
// Some browsers return an empty string; others "static". Both those cases mean the style
// was reset successfully so accept them both.
equal( el.css( "position" ) || "static", "static",
"The style can be reset by setting to an empty string" );
});

asyncTest( "Clearing a Cloned Element's Style Shouldn't Clear the Original Element's Style (#8908)", 24, function() {

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