On Thu, 10 Apr 1997, David Siegel wrote:
> I want to call your attention to the fact that there is no way to denote a
> first-paragraph using HTML markup, and this makes it very difficult to do
> good typography without recoding our pages using the <DIV> tag. I am
> referring, of course, to the fact that in real typography you don't indent
> the first paragraph, that indents are <i>separators,</i> not "paragraph
> beginners." Both Todd and I have mentioned this several times, and to me,
> it shows that the priorities of the people writing HTML specs are on
> syntax, not on functionality.
While it probably isn't going to be more efficient than a DIV tage, why
not try this....
<p class=firstpar>This is the first paragraph
<p>This is the second paragraph
And then throw in the necessary styles to differentiate the two.
> "Simplicity... elegance... cross-platform compatibility."
Couldn't have said it better.
--- Christopher Josephes -------------------------
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