A framework for style sheet experiments/subsets?

Hakon Lie (Hakon.Lie@sophia.inria.fr)
Fri, 28 Jul 1995 10:12:21 +0200


Date: Fri, 28 Jul 1995 10:12:21 +0200
Message-Id: <199507280812.KAA27315@www4.inria.fr>
To: Albert-Lunde@nwu.edu (Albert Lunde)
Cc: www-style@www10.w3.org, www-html@www10.w3.org
Subject: A framework for style sheet experiments/subsets?
In-Reply-To: <199507271755.AA025317741@lulu.acns.nwu.edu>
 <199507271755.AA025317741@lulu.acns.nwu.edu>
From: Hakon Lie <Hakon.Lie@sophia.inria.fr>

Albert Lunde writes:

 > > > >Comments?  Ideas?  Should I present a more technical specification?  I would
 > > > >imagine the language would be a touched-up subset of the current CSS proposal.
 > 
 > I assume you mean:
 > 
 > http://www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/Style/css/draft.html
 > 
 > I guess this seems as reasonable as any other place to start.

A quick note about the status of that document. It's almost a month
old now, and much has happened since. There has been healthy
discussions on www-style@w3.org (sometimes spilling over into
www-html@w3.org). Also, Bert Bos and myself had a chance to get
together for some days, and we worked our way through much of the
material. As a result, there will be a major revision of the draft
specification within a week or two. It will include a formal
specification (courtesy of BB), and a much updated list of style
properties.

An upcoming debate is how well the CSS notation would fit into
an attribute:

  <H1 STYLE = "font.color=red">Headline</H1>

Comments welcome.

Disclaimer: the document reflects work in progress and has no official
W3C status.

Regards,

-h&kon

Hakon W Lie, W3C/INRIA, Sophia-Antipolis, France
http://www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/People/howcome/