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Re[2]: css with attribues

From: Dmitry Turin <sql4-en@narod.ru>
Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2008 08:39:46 +0200
Message-ID: <9290687000.20080115083946@narod.ru>
To: www-style@w3.org

David,

>>   I'm imagining changing of layout diring downloading ccas-file
>> (css with attributes) in similar way (let's name places in document,
>> where changes will happen, as 'plattr').
DW> Breaking incremental rendering is considered undesirable, you seem to be
DW> proposing a feature based on its ability to break incremental rendering!

In some degree.
But incremental rendering is already breaked by downloading
pictures and css-file after downloading html-document itself, right?

>>   There exist at least two types of attributes:
>> 1) values of which have visual effect (e.g. @cellspacing)
>> 2) values of which change functionality (e.g. INPUT/@type)
>>   Attributes of first type are not differ from properties.
>> Attributes of second type are small part of document objects,
>> and they are not burden for browser.
DW> As far as possible, attributes of the second type, generally called
DW> presentational attributes,

Maybe "attributes of first type" ?

DW>  were deprecated in HTML 4 and removed from
DW> the string version, in favour of the use of CSS.

What's about (1), sometimes it's needed to use properties as
presentational attributes, i.e. it's needed to write:
  <... style="presentational_attribute: value">
And i propose to allow to specify attributes and properties
on equal rights in tag and in css:
  <p color="red">
  p[color="red"] {...}
  
  table          {cellspacing:0}



Dmitry Turin
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