Affecting Errors on colours and lengths are now only allowed for specific properties

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Description

In Firefox’s Quirks (backward compatible) mode, hashless colour codes like 666666, not #666666, and unitless lengths like 10, not 10px, are automatically corrected by the CSS parser if such errors are found in the value of properties except shorthands. The Firefox implementation has been updated to allow such errors only for specific properties to follow the CSS3 spec.

For example, hashless colour codes are only allowed in the value of the background-color, border-color, border-top-color, border-right-color, border-bottom-color, border-left-color and color properties, while the value of the other properties like background or border won’t be corrected. Anyway, you should fix your errors yourself.

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