> Two presentation stylings that are used a lot that i do not know
> the css way of doing it are:
> 1] text rotation and mirroring --- right now i make images ;-[ ;-[
Is that really presentation of textual (is that a word?) content, or is that
more decoration? I don't think CSS offers either of those (though I do seem
to recall stacked text). I don't think I'd WANT CSS to have those features
and would probably argue that you are better off keeping them as images.
> 2] traditional writing uses indents (that is ok with css) and TWO
> spaces after a senence completion....
Actually, people on TYPEWRITERS traditionally added two spaces after a
period. That was due to the monospaced faces. People that still do that
today are annoying...or French. ;o) (and yes, the annoying comment was just
my own POV)
Now, THAT would be a useful CSS attribute. However, I don't think there is
any way to do that at this point, as markup isn't structured down to the
sentence level, only to the paragraph level. Most decent typefaces, however,
contain an appropriately proportionate 'sentence space' so, most of the
time, you shouldn't have to worry about the spacing between sentences.