Re: Dealing with form elements...
On Feb 4, 11:55am, William M. Perry wrote:
> Hence the throwing CSS through a converter. I meant this to mean
> internally Emacs-W3 would convert CSS declarations into a DSSSL equivalent.
> The user and the author wouldn't have to know the difference between DSSSL
> and a hole in the wall.
This is a good plan which I have heard several people mention who are
ramping up to DSSSL support. James Clark apparently reckons it is two
hours work to write a CSS -> DSSSL import filter although whose two
hours he didn't say. As an implementation strategy it seems sound, though,
assuming that DSSSL can describe all of CSS which I am informed it does,
or can do via it's extension mechanism.
Chris Lilley, W3C [ http://www.w3.org/ ]
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