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From: NAOMI <webmaster@NNCreations.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2000 00:57:39 -0500 (EST)
Message-ID: <38E047CA.B6ADF2FC@NNCreations.com>
To: www-style@w3.org
Many authors, are complaining about the way margins and borders are
defined
within CSS. It is well known that margins and borders are not well
supported by
one or the other browser (MSIE and Netscape generally talking).
It would be a great and appreciated if, somehow, all
margins-and-borders-like
attributes would be simplified or even better clarified.

Also http://www.utoronto.ca/ian/style/cssbugs/home.html shows as (and
not only)
how many CSS are not used because they don't look good in, again, one or
the
other browser(s).

However this is a general note talking about facts which I'm sure we all
know and see everyday.
I'm just trying to keep alive this idea of complaining about code which
even if
_there_ authors avoid to use. And if so, what's the use of it.

I would have few suggestions, but certainly I'd have to start working
(discussing) on
it with the members of our tiny CSS club. If this letter will be noticed
and if we can make this little
contribution, then we'll be glad to.

Best regards,
NAOMI.
Received on Tuesday, 28 March 2000 04:02:42 GMT

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