Re: ICADD elements in HTML (Peter Flynn)
Date: Mon, 12 Sep 94 13:38:33 EDT
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From: (Peter Flynn)
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Subject: Re: ICADD elements in HTML
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Raman writes:

>  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
>  constructs.

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 :-)