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Re: Are href and src part of CSS?

From: David Woolley <david@djwhome.demon.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 8 Sep 2005 22:04:26 +0100 (BST)
Message-Id: <200509082104.j88L4QQ00703@djwhome.demon.co.uk>
To: www-style@w3.org

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> 
> It would be convenient for many if a particular destination was  
> listed but once on a page, but might be clicked from various  
> locations. This would seem to be feasible where destinations are part  
> of the style and linked by class....

Destinations are never part of style.  src used properly is also not
part of style.  This is an HTML issue.

> Are href and src truly part of the content of a page? if not they  
> might be considered part of the presentation.

href being content is fundamental to the H in HTML.  src is really
just a funny sort of href that causes the linked document to be
automatically fetched.

> img.mypix {src: clara.gif}

img.mypix {content: url(clara.gif)}

however the inclusion of elements in the HTML for purely styling
purposes is undesirable.

In general SGML, one would use entities for repeated, well, entities.

> Currently this is only possible for immediate proximity, and then  
> with difficulty.
> 

If you are thinking of your previous question, the ideographic and
alphabetic versions should be physically adjacent in the source
document.
Received on Thursday, 8 September 2005 22:54:15 GMT

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