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Re[19]: css with attribues [clarification is needed]

From: Dmitry Turin <sql4-en@narod.ru>
Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2008 10:27:23 +0200
Message-ID: <995510421.20080117102723@narod.ru>
To: www-style@w3.org

David,

>>>> But man will be still duty to remember,
>>>> what characteristic is for CAS ('attribute' in old terms),
>>>> and what characteristic is for CSS ('property' in old terms).
>> DD> That's no different from today
>> Yes, today is bad.
>>   Possibility to put some characteristics into comman file (css- 
>> file) is good,
>> but order to make this - is bad: any characteristics can be not  
>> only common,
>> but unique for concrete set of documents (redundant 'style=').
>>   Possibility to put some characteristics directly in document is
>> good,
>> but order to make this - is bad: any characteristics can be not  
>> only unique,
>> but common for concrete set of documents (this topic in www- 
>> style@w3.org).
>>   Author must make line between unique and common (depending of own
>> site).
>> Now some people obtrude (impose) line.
DD> solution that will
DD> just reduce bandwidth use and typing for a few edge cases.

Clarify, please.

DD> If your goal is to put the presentation and semantics into the same
DD> place, then just go back to HTML 3.2.

Are HTML 3.2 allow to specify all attributes in css ??




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