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Re: author-defined color aliases

From: Ben Godfrey <afternoon@uk2.net>
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2003 23:28:45 +0100
To: www-style@w3.org
Message-Id: <E48D94B2-A049-11D7-99ED-000A957E8988@uk2.net>


On Monday, Jun 16, 2003, at 21:22 Europe/London, David Woolley wrote:

> You don't need styling at all to have a web that is a "web" and for
> which anyone can author.  If anything, a little knowledge is a 
> dangerous
> thing as far as styling is concerned.

This is a slightly ridiculous thing to say though. It's like saying you 
don't need to gears to have a car. Sure everyone can drive around at a 
snail's pace, but it's not human nature and it wouldn't work outside 
hardcore enthusiasts and car creators.

Please try to accept that the web we have is a visually rich web for 
more reasons than designers liking fancy schmancy pixels. This list 
should be about helping those who want to create pretty pages and not 
just pure functionality. After all, the web is about people. If it was 
about computers, this list wouldn't exist.

Ben


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