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Re: IDs? and classes

From: Marja-Riitta Koivunen <marja@w3.org>
Date: Sat, 10 Jun 2000 09:10:50 -0400
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Actually we should have some guidelines of how to use class attribute 
properly (when there is no mark-up to convey the semantics of a group of 
items otherwise) too so that it would be easier to see these relations and 
use them for navigation or define extra stylesheets.

I don't know how much the classes would be used for user stylesheets as 
having different classes in every page is a bit painful. On the other hand, 
the classes could be explained in a URI and the authoring tools (or this 
feature could be part of a browser) could provide an easy way to define 
user stylesheets for outside pages while using also the class definitions 
made earlier.

Marja

At 08:33 AM 6/10/2000 -0400, you wrote:
>When we start attaching external RDF to documents e.g. alternative 
>equivalents provided some someone else or annotations (comments, 
>explanations, corrections etc.) it would be nice to have IDs in the main 
>objects of the document. This helps to keep the outside pointers as 
>accurate and stable as possible.
>
>Would it be possible to add this requirement to our guidelines?
>
>Marja
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