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Re: comments about XHTML 2 Style Attr Module

From: Ky Nguyen <ky@zoomtown.com>
Date: Sat, 10 May 2003 22:59:06 -0400
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Daniel Glazman <glazman@netscape.com> wrote:
> Last point, and we had this discussion dozen of times but I am still
waiting
> for a good answer, what's __really__ the point making this attribute able
to
> carry styles from multiple languages when the *ONLY* style language
implemented
> in web browsers is CSS ? Rename the attribute css:style if you want (I
proposed
> that sooo many years ago) and *please*, let's drop that useless mention
about
> the default style sheet language of the document.

Actually, Netscape 4.x supported JavaScript style sheets. Of course, that is
irrelevant now, I suppose. I would like to see style renamed css:style.
Would it be possible, then, to define that attribute using an XML Schema?

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