2.1.147 [HTML5:2014] Section 10.3.5 Bidirectional text

V0336: All bidirectional text default styles are set incorrectly

The specification states:

 10.3.5 Bidirectional text
     [dir]:dir(ltr), bdi:dir(ltr), input[type=tel]:dir(ltr) { direction: ltr; }
     [dir]:dir(rtl), bdi:dir(rtl) { direction: rtl; }
     address, blockquote, center, div, figure, figcaption, footer, form,
     header, hr, legend, listing, p, plaintext, pre, xmp, article,
     aside, h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, hgroup, main, nav, section, table, caption,
     colgroup, col, thead, tbody, tfoot, tr, td, th, dir, dd, dl, dt,
     ol, ul, li, bdi, output, [dir=ltr i], [dir=rtl i], [dir=auto i] {
         unicode-bidi: isolate; 
     bdo, bdo[dir] { unicode-bidi: isolate-override; } 
     textarea[dir=auto i], input[type=text][dir=auto i], input[type=search][dir=auto i],
     input[type=tel][dir=auto i], input[type=url][dir=auto i], input[type=email][dir=auto 
     pre[dir=auto i] { 
         unicode-bidi: plaintext;

All document modes (All versions)

All bidirectional text default styles are set incorrectly. The CSS :dir selector is not supported and unicode-bidi values isolate, isolate-override, and plaintext are not supported.