Re: embedding 3.0-compatible markup (was [No Subject] (fwd))

"David Perrell" <davidp@earthlink.net> wrote:
>Why is this necessary? Consider that this:
>  <STYLE>
>    .fancy { font: 16pt/18pt Garamond, Times, serif }
>  </STYLE>
>  <H1><font class="fancy" yadda yadda>Some stuff here</font></H1>
>has the same effect. There is no need to change CSS, just stop
>considering FONT to be anything more than a form of SPAN.

This strategy only works for style rules bound to classes.
Your solution doesn't allow you to deal with rules like:
	H1 { font-style: italic }