Mark wrote on Tuesday, November 26, 2002 at 10:56:27 AM:
> An ordered or unordered list shouldn't be part of a paragraph,
> according to normal typographic rules.
Lucky for us, XHTML 2.0 is set to change the definition of the p
element to represent "the conceptual idea of a paragraph." Which is a
good thing, in my opinion, from a markup-and-style point of view. That
isn't to say you must break typographic rules in your presentation
(unless you want to). Your list could well *look* like it's outside
your paragraph, and typography is all about how things look.
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