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Re: Content-type and suggested file extensions for CSS

From: Mike Meyer <mwm@contessa.phone.net>
Date: Wed, 26 Jul 95 11:31:54 PST
Message-Id: <19950726.76F3D80.AD08@contessa.phone.net>
To: www-style@www10.w3.org
> From: Hakon Lie <Hakon.Lie@sophia.inria.fr>
> Mike Batchelor writes:
>  > text/stylesheet; version=css     (extension .css)
>  > text/stylesheet; version=dsssl   (extension .dsssl or .dss)
>  > text/stylesheet; version=viola   (extension .ora or .viola)
>   style/css
>   style/dsssl
>   style/viola
> It will probably be tougher to establish style as a main type (does
> anyone have recent experiences with IANA on this?), and it may
> encourage diversion rather than standardization. Is this good or bad?

Since these seem to be pretty clearly in the application class, maybe
it should be:


On the other hand, a main type for "extra information" that one would
expect to be included in an object makes sense. Other examples might
include fonts, color maps for images, and probably others.

Received on Wednesday, 26 July 1995 14:41:36 GMT

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