> -----Original Message----
> As a learner when it comes to HTML/CSS I am a little confused about
> (apparently) recent changes to HTML, moving functionality to CSS.
> For example: given an in-line citation such as (McConnell, 2002) in an
> academic/scientific paper, the bibliographic reference might be:
> McConnell, S. (July, 2002) The Business of Software Improvement. IEEE
> Software pp. 5-7
> Since was deprecated in HTML, apparently because it was considered to
> be a presentation issue rather than one of content, this formatting in
> validated HTML 4.01 becomes clumsy.
Add classes to your style sheet to accommodate the parts of your cites
with different styling and include those styles for each part. It is
more typing, but no more than styling cites with deprecated HTML tags.
An underline is an underline. The default style for an anchor/link is
to underline and color the text blue. This should not mean that we
cannot use an underline when it is needed.
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