Re: CSS for print (was: Microsoft has now joined the HTML Working Group)

Also sprach Dave Raggett:

 > The CSS Zen Garden provides an example of where superfluous markup
 > is needed in order to achieve stylistic effects that CSS should
 > have catered for directly.

Agreed. Supporting 'transparent' on the 'color' property (and not only
on 'background) would have saved lots of tags in the Zen garden. The
CSS3 color module fixes this.

 > However, that doesn't take away the flexibility that before/after 
 > print events provide

Perhaps. My mind defaults to declarative solutions when possible, and
I believe media types can handle most issues.

              Håkon Wium Lie                          CTO °þe®ª        

Received on Friday, 6 April 2007 22:22:37 UTC