Re: CSS Generated content selection

Kornel Lesinski <> wrote:

> <q> crosses barrier between content and presentation, copying of GC  
> quotes is neccessary to preserve meaning of text, even when other  
> formatting can be discarded.

I agree that <q/> is special, but in its case the quotes are generated by  
the browser without specifying so in the CSS (double- and single- quotes).  
They should be copyable because they are part of the content; without the  
quotes the text will be misinterpretable.

> Of course documents should make sense when CSS is not available

They do in the case of <ul/>, <ol/>, and <q/> elements -- if that's what  
you were pointing to.


Received on Sunday, 22 April 2007 21:13:15 UTC