CSS1 revised edition

W3C has released a revised edition of the CSS1 Recommendation. 12
spelling an typographic mistakes have been fixed and 27 errors have
been corrected. Appendix F [1] of the new revision lists all changes.
Most errors are quite mundane and I don't believe any of the
corrections are controversial. 

Many of the errors have first been reported on this list. Thanks to
everyone who has participated!

[1] http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS1#appendix-f

(The only downside of publishing the revised edition is that "We do not
expect CSS to evolve into ... a programming language" is no longer the
last sentence in the Recommendation :-)

Work has started on a revised edition of CSS2. Please send your
reports to css2-editors@w3.org or to this list.


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Received on Sunday, 10 January 1999 18:48:50 UTC