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Re: CSS3

From: hrhrhr hahaha <kevking@hotmail.com>
Date: Fri, 05 Mar 2004 12:26:57 -1000
To: www-style@w3.org
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I am disheartened that there willl be none of the following in CSS3:

A new way to link to stylesheets, AND an assurance from ALL the browser 
members of w3c that they WON'T implement it without either FULL support or 
if only particial, then their browser ignores the rule, (as they should have 
in versions 1 and 2. Ahem!)

Suggestions for future rules/proposals/whatever they're called this week:

list-style-color OR list-style-bullet-color (for colouring the disc only, 
NOT the background or text, so the disc can be 'hidden' on the page WITHOUT 
being hidden, so screen readers using their browsers with a screen reader 
can access the bullets, which is one of the reasons we're told, it's best to 
use them, no? I know the colour can be changed via the li, but this does 
affect the link as well, sometimes.)

list-style-margin OR list-style-bullet-margin (for controlling the margin 
around a bullet WITHOUT affecting the margin around the whole list, so you 
can move it left, minus the right, and it DOESN'T look rubbish in old and 
new (well, alright, in new, if they supported it)

More border styles/variations.

A way to control a border's corner (Make it slanted or curved)

A way of doing 'graphics' and designs other than square or boxed.
A circle would be a nice change, or maybe other shapes WITHOUT using a 
bullet code and then applying font-size, etc. to that! (Yeh I know jpgs and 
gifs and pngs etc exist! And Yeh, I know about the Vector graphics 

If I think of any more, I'll be sure to post them as suggestions to the W3C 
so they can safely be ignored and/or not used.


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