Eric Ladner wrote:
> Well, I did say it was a pedantic example. The theory is you put
> company approved colors (which have specific color values) in a style
> sheet, then you dont' have to remember that "corporate Red number 1"
> is #992300. The obvious advantage to that is if you need to change
> "corporate red number 1", it's just changed in the style sheet once.
I agree with Justin on the naming of the class and I think I understand
what you want to do. I'm not fully sure now you'd use the "number" and
"1" classes, though. From what I got in your example, you can probably
find a better name at least for the color class, maybe doing it more
generic, like "color1" which you can change to any color without having
to modify all the documents.
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