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RE: Positioning HTML Elements with Cascading Style Sheets

From: Chris Wilson (PSD) <cwilso@MICROSOFT.com>
Date: Tue, 4 Feb 1997 11:37:30 -0800
Message-ID: <c=US%a=_%p=msft%l=RED-76-MSG-970204193730Z-77535@INET-03-IMC.itg.microsoft.com>
To: "'Jim King'" <jimk@mathtype.com>
Cc: "'www-style@w3.org'" <www-style@w3.org>
Sorry, Tuesday morning brain misfire.  I meant our software people like
the view of client-side processing a lot - upon review, my email stated
that completely backward.

Chris Wilson

>-----Original Message-----
>From:	Jim King [SMTP:jimk@mathtype.com]
>Sent:	Tuesday, February 04, 1997 11:33 AM
>To:	Chris Wilson (PSD)
>Cc:	'www-style@w3.org'
>Subject:	RE: Positioning HTML Elements with Cascading Style Sheets
>At 10:43 AM 2/4/97 -0800, Chris Wilson (PSD) wrote:
>>If all processing is done on the server, you're essentially shipping RTF
>>to the client... and you've either collected a lot of information about
>>your environment from the client (information that many people don't
>>want to provide to just anyone), or made a lot of assumptions.  Our
>>software people like this view a lot.
>But I bet your server people don't.  For a popular web site, the load on the
>server to do everything server-side is a big problem.  That and bandwidth
>restrictions are half the reason for client-side stuff.
>Jim King
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