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Re: New Working Draft : BECSS

From: Ian Hickson <py8ieh@bath.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 4 Oct 1999 14:08:45 +0100 (BST)
To: Daniel Glazman <Daniel.Glazman@der.edf.fr>
cc: jelks@jelks.nu, www-style@w3.org
Message-ID: <Pine.GSO.4.04.9910041400340.11787-100000@amos.bath.ac.uk>
On Mon, 4 Oct 1999, Daniel Glazman wrote:
> 
> Can you please all answer to the 3 following questions (mark answer with X)?
> 
> YES	NO	QUESTION
> 
> [X]	[ ]	Should CSS and Behavioral Extensions be mergeable in a
> 		single file, from a web author's perspective ?

Yes, in exactly the same way as SVG's CSS-like extensions should be
usable in the same stylesheet.


> [X]   [ ]	Should the text/css mimetype be used for CSS and BECSS ?

Yes, just as SVG's CSS extensions will have the mime type text/css and
all XML documents (will) have the text/xml mime type.

The mime type here is actually giving the 'format' of the document,
not the likely scope of the contents.


> [ ]	[X]	Should we propose instead a new mimetype

No, see above.


> [ ]   [X]     and a new rel/rev value ?

Definitely not; using inline links to style and script sheets is a bad
thing anyway. The way forward is with external links/reusable packages.

This allows us to more cleanly separate content (the data) and
interface (the style and scripts).

-- 
Ian Hickson
"I take a Professor Bullett approach to my answers. There's a high
probability that they may be right."
  -- Dr Snow; Mechanics Lecturer at Bath University; 1999-03-04
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