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Re: Changes in CSS2 (also a test, and longish to boot)

From: Ian Hickson <exxieh@bath.ac.uk>
Date: Sun, 4 Jan 1998 14:34:38 -0000
To: "Eric A. Meyer" <emeyer@sr71.lit.cwru.edu>, www-style@w3.org
Message-ID: <01bd191d$e28a43a0$LocalHost@hpxu>

Eric said...

>   Anyway, assuming this got through, I've been trying to compile a list of
>changes from CSS1 to CSS2 (given the lack of content in Appendix B, this
>seemed like a worthwhile undertaking to me).  Eventually, I'll turn it into
>a list broken down by category and make it a sidebar to one of my articles.
>I'm including the list in this message, and here's the point of it all:
>what did I miss?  I'd like to get as comprehensive a list as possible.
>Thanks for any help!
>New properties (etc.)

This is commented out of the spec.

<humoungous_snip title="Wow. Didn't realise there was *that* much of a

One thing I'm noit sure of -
CSS1: text-align
CSS2: alignment

Can any one explain the discrepancy? i.e., that in CSS1 to align inline
elements you use "text-align" and in CSS2 it got changed to "alignment".

Ian Hickson
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