Re: [css3-images] Resolving on gradient issues

On 08/04/2011 11:41 AM, Brian Manthos wrote:
> Fantasai:
>> Use topward and bottomward. That way at least it'll make more sense for non-English speakers, who don't have to equate "up" with "top".
> We're not talking about locations.  We're talking about directions.

It's a general-use suffix that turns things into a direction.

OED lists "aftward", "airward", "bankward", "barnward", "beachward",
"bedward", "bridgeward", "childward", "cloudward", "coastward", "couchward"
"creekward" ...

> Also, I've never heard "topward" or "bottomward" written or said in my
> lifetime until now.  Are they even words?

If couchward is a word, I think topward should be allowed to be a word. :)


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