Re: <q> element, XHTML2, and CSS

* Addison Phillips wrote:
>2. Experience with list styles (for various languages) was that these
>were sporadically, if ever, implemented, and that implementations were
>at best inconsistent and that <q> was similar in its requirements.

In XHTML 2.0 the <quote> element and lists are very different. User
agents may render lists as lists, but they may not render quotes as

>If we accept that XHTML doesn't render the quotes automatically, then
>providing for rendering via CSS seems like a good idea, actually.

See <>.
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