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Re[21]: css with attribues [hardware]

From: Dmitry Turin <sql4-en@narod.ru>
Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2008 12:38:58 +0200
Message-ID: <147189806406.20080118123858@narod.ru>
To: www-style@w3.org

David,

DD> A new tag doesn't require any user agents to rewrite their entire
DD> parse engine to mix in data from multiple souce.

Since engine support JS, it is 'trigger' engine, isn't it ?
Where are you get 'entire' ?

>>>> 1) CAS will reduce manual job
>>>> ("multiply to quantity of population, than to quantity of
>>>> pages on sites - and you will get real number of duplications,
>>>> which are quite not little")
DD> The reduction you say will be achieved will be so small as to not be
DD> worthwhile.

Many properties are used extremely seldom;
and many properties, proposed to standardizations,
will be used extremely seldom,
but manufactorer of browsers spend efforts to implement them.

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>>>> User gets benefit (unnecessary to keep separation in brain),
>> DD> As mentioned, this is a disadvantage.
>> Excuse me, explain, how "unnecessary to keep separation in brain"
>> is "disadvantage".
DD> I've already explained how separating presentation from content is an
DD> advantage. Your proposal removes that.

Proposal withdraw possibilities neither in HTML, nor in CSS.
It only present new.

DD> CSS contains presentation. You can discard the presentation without
DD> losing any meaning. Your proposal moves ...

Not 'moves', but 'allows to move'.
Nothing disturb author to write in previous manner.

DD> ... meaning into an external
DD> file. It cannot be discarded without losing meaning.

Author can harm itself more simply: by deleting instead of moving.
And author can make this even now.



Dmitry Turin
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