Message-Id: <9504220313.AA01754@www10.w3.org> Subject: Re: Seriffed and sans-serif fonts? To: email@example.com Date: Sat, 22 Apr 1995 13:13:35 +1000 (EST) From: "Brooke Smith" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Cc: email@example.com In-Reply-To: <9504201433.ZM29186@dameron.res.enst.fr> from "Philippe-Andre Prindeville" at Apr 20, 95 03:20:21 pm Greetings, With this talk of liking to have certain fonts, might it be good to have customisable browsers, where the user can provide certain tags to indicate that the enclosed text is to be drawn with font X1, where they can define X1 to be font:sanserif size 12pt. The author can specify the intended font/s by passing that information in the 'html resource header' (idea defined especially for this purpose). THis customisation could extend further with the user/author being able to define anything, such as H1 should be an XG7...... This is not saying that the user and author must set up this information before they can use this browser, but that they have the option of customisation. I'm actually working on customisation of html documents, at the server before it ever reaches the browser, but this type of thing just described fits in well - it would make my job alot easier. BBOS -- Brooke Benjamin Oehm Smith Honours '95 Sydney University Computer Science email: firstname.lastname@example.org URL: <http://www.cs.su.oz.au/~bbos> "Once somethings been approved by the government it's no longer immoral." Reverend Lovejoy, The Simpsons.