Re: <font color="blue"> (was ISSUE-32)

- Sam Ruby >  ... I can certainly implement an XSLT stylesheet that 
transforms fonts into the style element equivalent, so this is not a 
showstopper for me.

This is a prime conceptfor HTML 5..

* Some stuff is out so not in the spec and so not expected to be 
handled implementation independently in HTML 5.

* Others are out by obsolecence or by reasonable authoring best 
practices and llint catchers but can be transformed easily in author 
time using XLST. Those get a warning to fix on HTML 5 validation, but 
are handled in HTML5 UAs.

* Finally, If no obsolete or non-existant 
elements/attributes/structures are used it represents validated HTML 

Whatever, but I wanna have the official sticker that says my user code 
is valid and complete HTML 5 with no exceptions and so runs everywhere 
because that is what I want to bill for.

Thanks and Best Regards,

Received on Sunday, 14 June 2009 19:58:06 UTC