How to ignore "*html" in CSS?

Resharper 6 nicely approves of CSS classes that start with * html (with space) but considers *html an error (without a space).  One of the developers on our team really loves this syntax, and now my "Errors in Solution" is at 350+, making it pretty useless.  I don't want to ignore all invalid CSS selectors or even all *.css files, but I do want to say that conjoined star and html is acceptable.  How can I do this in Resharper 6?

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I need example for investigation. Could you provide it to me?

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W3C Css Validation Service can't validate next CSS

*html {color:red}

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An example Resharper considers to be valid:

* html { color: red; }

An example Resharper considers an error:

*html { color: red; }

I grant that w3c won't validate it, but we're in CSS hack land here.

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