Re: Various HTML questions

"Rob Raisch, The Internet Company" <>
Date: Tue, 3 May 1994 17:59:51 +0200
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From: "Rob Raisch, The Internet Company" <>
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Subject: Re: Various HTML questions
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On Tue, 3 May 1994 wrote:

> says:
> > Where does it say this in the spec? I don't think any HTML spec says
> >_exactly_ how HTML is to be rendered. 
> Depends on how much emphasis you want to put on the exactly. True you will not 
> find "render this heading in Palatino demiblog 14.7 point with 3 point leading 
> and +4.7% kerning"

Well, if we supported style-sheets in documents, we could come close. (See:

I'm pretty convinced that we will not be able to provide anything the 
publisher really can use until we can offer them control over presentation.

Every publisher I have dog and ponied Mosaic to has loved it ... until I 
resize the window or change the font -- at which point they run screaming 
and shouting out the door, never to be seen again. (Well, not quite that 
bad, but you get the idea.)