Re: Spaces and Tabs in HTML documents
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 93 19:26:52 EDT
Message-id: <9306152326.AA01120@deathtongue>
To: Bill Janssen <>
In-Reply-To: "[106] in World Wide Web"
Subject: Re: Spaces and Tabs in HTML documents
Content-Length: 445
   > Let's keep in mind that while pure generalized markup is a good thing,
   > HTML is ultimately a presentation format.
Where did you get this? HTML is a very poor format for presentation.

If you want to specify presentation for a tool like xmosaic you need
something as powerful as tex or latex. HTML will never be capable of
that flexibility. HTML is only reasonable if the presentation client
decides how to actually format the document.