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HTML version 5 - section 3.5 Absent Attributes

From: Steve aka zzaxx99 <zzaxx99@hotmail.com>
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2008 12:28:49 +0000
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In general, I support the aim of moving presentation aspects out of HTML into CSS, and as such can see the logic of section 3.2.
However, there is a class of uses of HTML where CSS cannot be used - typically, bulletin board software that allows HTML postings will allow a subset of HTML to be used, but will not allow (or will ignore) CSS. In this environment, many of the attributes of <table> for example, are actually very useful
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