CSS and Eccentric Poems.
>>> Paul Prescod <firstname.lastname@example.org> 07/02/96
>At 08:52 AM 7/2/96 -0700, Gayle Kidder wrote:
>>Exactly. Please tell me why one would want to use a style
>sheet just to
>>add some eccentric spacing to a poem or to control image
>A style sheet is _not_ appropriate for the eccentric
>spacing of an eccentric poem. Neither is HTML. HTML cannot,
>and will never be the perfect langauge everything anyone
>wants to be. If such a language were possible, it would
>have been invented years ago.
But isn't it planned to add a "style' attribute
to all HTML elements?
so one could do this:
<P style="margin=5em"> Oh, happy blue dog </p>
<P style="margin=10em"> your ceasless wanderings inspire
and probably a lot more.
>PDF is perfect for a poem with eccentric layout needs and
>supported in browsers on all major GUI platforms.
> Paul Prescod
yeah, yeah, yeah. You're obviously not the person who is
going to have to install all of those plugins. I'm a
"tech support person" so I have a different perspective,
and I'd prefer to only setup one peice of software.
*ALSO*, have you ever offered both an HTML version of a
document, and a PDF version? People almost always go
for the HTML version.
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