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RE: [XHTML2] exclude switch and case as presentational

From: John Foliot - WATS.ca <foliot@wats.ca>
Date: Mon, 13 Jun 2005 12:19:25 -0400
To: "'Orion Adrian'" <orion.adrian@gmail.com>, <www-html@w3.org>
Message-ID: <002f01c57033$ac9d7350$6401a8c0@bosshog>

Orion Adrian wrote:
> We're bound to get at least a few differing opinions here, but this is
> where I stand. If HTML doesn't allow for any specificity of behavior,
> where is this to be specified? It's nice to be able to say, "not my
> problem", but we do have to take this into consideration. Whose
> problem is it? 

Scripting.  

XHTML 2 - semantic logic
Scripting (JS?) - behaviour
CSS - presentation

Yes? No? Maybe?

If currently scripting/DOM manipulation is lacking, should that be XHTML's
problem any more than it is CSS's problem?

If you insist on using behavioural HTML, use an older doc type that allow
this: remember that HTML 4.01 is perfectly stable and usable for 99% of
current web sites/applications out there today.

JF
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