Re: ICADD elements in HTMLpflynn@curia.ucc.ie (Peter Flynn)
Date: Mon, 12 Sep 94 13:38:33 EDT
From: email@example.com (Peter Flynn)
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Subject: Re: ICADD elements in HTML
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> Marginal notes, sidepar, changepar, etc should be treated analogously,
> without undue emphasis on how a visual formatter displays them.
> The fact that a footnote is printed at the bottom of a page, and a marginal
> note printed on the margin is more a visual layout decision, rather than any
> significant difference in the logical structure represented by these
Terry has pointed out to me that "sidebar" in the USA does not mean text
printed in the margin, as it does elsewhere, but a boxed float, text which
has a rule round it and can float on the page between (or inside?) paras.
So my button is unpinged :-)