>What the W3C seem to be working towards with CSS etc are documents that
>adapt to the device they are being viewed on.
The problem I have with the media="[insert media here]" attribute in
CSS, is that it assumes that you'll use the same URL for all your
outputs. Who would do that? Why forcing a cellphone surfer to d/l a
HTML document in, say, graysacle with the banners, top-menus and
comments section hidden (using CSS), when instead you can offer a URL
of a superfast stripped-down page with a stripped-down .css file
included? Or am I missing something here..?
Seems like overkill to me to include a lot of linked css files in the
first place when the only one you'd really need is the "print.css"
file (since you use the cache to print, since the entire file is
just my $.02 - enlightenment wanted :)
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