Re: CSS and SGML document formatting
>> Actually, the one part of CSS that I dislike very much is the selector
>Really? I like it very much. It's like a regular expression. It
>cleanly separates the properties from what they apply to. It allows
>you to sort the rules in various ways. It shows you immediately that
>an `OL LI' is a different thing from a `UL LI'. And so far it has
>saved us from putting if-then rules on the rhs.
Right, an again you have invented a whole new syntax, and one that is
(again) not particularly uniform.