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Re: What is missing in CSS?

From: <Slalomsk8er@solnet.ch>
Date: Mon, 06 Dec 2004 18:25:49 +0100
To: www-style@w3.org
Message-ID: <41B4A42D.11825.A2E5F81@localhost>

> I think constants, variables, and simpledecision-making
> structurescould be useful, but there is a lot ofopposition toward
> making CSS more complex--especially when desired functionality can
> be achieved through existing scripting capabilities (even though
> they are more likely to be disabled by users). The scripting
> context would doubtless concern some people.

This is a good point.
But on what side do we want the complexety?

    1. What was it with those statements in the new CSS again (see 
w3c and read the spec)

    2. How many div and span will I need for this effect or is it 
impossible?

What do you hate less? (As a WebPROGRAMMER vote for 1. but priority 
is for implementing + - * / operations)

> The scripting context would doubtless concern some people.
? For me CSS is cripting style!
And I would realy like it to be more advanced, as I like the concept 
of it but hate it if things go like, if I don't get it right in the 
next hour I place all in Tables.

Thanks, Dominik Riva
Received on Monday, 6 December 2004 17:17:11 GMT

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