Re: DefaultStyleSheet05: (was Default (informal) Style Sheet)

Le 2 avr. 2007 à 13:24, Mike Schinkel a écrit :

About Default StyleSheet:

Let's say there is a Default CSS in the HTML Specification, I see  
some possible requirements:

- CSS definitions are NOT normative
- CSS properties are limited to a certain number of informations:  
size, font, etc. (but no colors for example.)
- BUT (normative) User agents MUST implement an access to this  
   aka in the preferences, users could access the stylesheet and  
modifies it.
   some browsers/authoring tools could go as far as implement it a UI  
for it.
   This requirement being dependent of the class of products. It  
doesn't make sense for an HTML PHP library for example.

Karl Dubost -
W3C Conformance Manager, QA Activity Lead
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Received on Monday, 2 April 2007 05:44:15 UTC