Re: Style Sheets for HTML

Simon E Spero <>
Date: Tue, 24 May 1994 23:45:38 +0200
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Subject: Re: Style Sheets for HTML 
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I seem to remember this discussion going round and round back at the 
WWWWW in July, and I don't think I've seen anything new this time around.

>From what I recall, the general concensus was that there was no concensus 
but the architecture that caused the least amount of chair throwing
was that if people were going to add support for style sheets, it should be 
via some LINK and processing instructions, not via intrusive modification to
the DTD (or at least nothing more than a <stysheet> tag.

I'm sure if somebody does a reference implementation and it doesn't suck too
badly, it'll get adopted...