Re: New CSS1 draft available
> - The possibility to combine two or more elements into a single
> block appears more in demand than we thought (e.g., break before
> DT and break after DD, so that a DT is shown `run-in')
I have given 'run-in sideheads' some thought. I would like to be able to
specify that a heading is run into the next paragraph.
You could have a typical markup like
<p>Italics are used for <em>emphasis.</em>
Italics. Italics are used for emphasis.
This way the markup would work with different style sheets---one that
preferred the run-in head or another that prefers separate sub-heads (what
to do about the period is another matter).
Would it work to declare the <h3> as in-line? Or is something new required?
Of course, You could simulate it by
<p><em class=sidehead>Italics.</em> Italics are used for emphasis.
This is what I use now.
_/ Steve Knoblock
_/ City Gallery - History of Photography
_/ Member: National Stereoscopic Association