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[whatwg] Reverse ordered lists

From: Jean-Nicolas Boulay Desjardins <jnbdzjnbdz@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2008 23:32:59 -0500
Message-ID: <c9d75e710801252032o490a3b8bpa6ffc38ef39be472@mail.gmail.com>
> I have to agree CSS would be the best way.
> But is it rely use full to have in CSS order:... Could you just do it with
> JavaScript...
> I think that we should add new properties to CSS but I don't think its a
> good idea to over load CSS with every new properties that we come up with,
> that we might not even use... For example if I wanted to change the order of
> a list I would use a server side code or JavaScript...
> I don't think we want CSS to become a over blown language...
> This is what I think... There is maybe good arguments to add it to CSS...
> But for now I think that server side code and JavaScript can do the job,
> plus with JavaScript you have more power, its some think to think about...
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