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Re: possibly frivolous suggestion

From: Håkon Wium Lie <howcome@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 30 Nov 1998 14:53:47 +0100 (MET)
Message-Id: <199811301353.OAA09159@stovner.sys.sol.no>
To: sue@css.nu
Cc: "w3c style" <www-style@w3.org>
Sue Sims wrote:

 > A "dedicated" tag is not required. My .rant class lives in my CSS
 > file, where it should. I might be interested in some sort of
 > standardization on commonly used class names (.note, .warning, .rant
 > et.al.). I think Todd posted some at one time, but I can't locate
 > them. I looked at the Dublin Core recently, but couldn't find them
 > there, either. I did locate, from Todd's base.css, the following:
 > 
 >  /* Suggested class names .advert .antithesis .callout .colophon
 > .conclusion .credit
 >  .detail .excursus .offsite .hilite .initial .irony .key .legal
 > .marginalia .nav .note
 >  .opposition .proposal .rant .remark .subhead .successive .summary
 > .synthesis .teaser
 >  .thesis .title .warn */
 > 
 > Is there/should there be any effort to standardize on these?

I don't think there is, I think there should. 

-h&kon
Received on Monday, 30 November 1998 08:53:50 GMT

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