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Re[10]: css with attribues

From: Dmitry Turin <sql4-en@narod.ru>
Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2008 09:36:16 +0200
Message-ID: <1516043453.20080116093616@narod.ru>
To: www-style@w3.org


DD> Do you mean that they ...

they = attributes ?

DD> ... should be treated just like any other property?

yes (for attributes).

DD> attribute can be assigned based on the media type of the stylesheet?

Attributes, specified in css, must be assigned for all media (in my version).

DD> do you mean that an attribute specified in a screen media
DD> stylesheet should apply to all media? (which would be horribly  
DD> unintuitive).

Media must be ignored for attributes in css.
So it's not reasonable to write media at all for attributes.
Exactly for your question: yes.
Attribute, specified in a screen media stylesheet, must be applied to all media.

DD> Some user agents are already
DD> geared up to handle a document that is adjusted on the fly based on
DD> other files (such as images, and stylesheets) ...

These realtime UA are only browsers, right ?

DD> ... but others are not ...

These UA are non-realtime UA (search engines, other libraries), right ?

DD> ... and adding this feature would require

You was not write, what will require my proposal:
non-realtime UA can parse after downloading of csas-file.

DD> using the term 'browser'

'Browser' in this context means realtime UA
(working in "trigger" mode).

I'm understanding, that english is native language for you :)
But please, write grammatical constructions more simply.

Dmitry Turin
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