Re: Style Sheets for HTML

"Rob Raisch, The Internet Company" <>
Date: Mon, 30 May 1994 21:24:14 +0200
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From: "Rob Raisch, The Internet Company" <>
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Subject: Re: Style Sheets for HTML
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Given the choice of interpreting HTML or PS, I know what I'd choose. <smile>
And yes, HTML is not as structured as it HAS to be, but that is another 

--  </rr>  Rob Raisch, The Internet Company

On Mon, 30 May 1994, Gavin Nicol wrote:

> >Postscript is functionally a write-only medium.  Once a document has been 
> >instantiated in Postscript, little further interpretation is possible 
> >without a full Postscript interpreter.  
> The same argument could be made against HTML to a degree. By
> down-converting into HTML, you lose information in much the
> same way. HTML documents are generally not as structured as they
> could be...