XSLT and CSS as competing technologies

Sam Ruby wrote:
> ...
> More relevant to a W3C context, if such a policy were followed, there 
> would not need to be both an XSLT and CSS.
> ...

I don't think that's a good example, as XSLT does lots of things CSS 
can't do.

A better comparison might be XSL-FO vs CSS, in which case I'd argue 
extending CSS to do what XSL-FO can do, and potentially adding an 
XML-based notation, would indeed have been the better approach.

 > ...

BR, Julian

Received on Thursday, 11 February 2010 08:29:09 UTC