> I like to think of content and style as separate as possible, and I also
> like to think that a piece of content that gets reused throughout some
> presentation should not need to be repeated in the content, but that the
> presentation layer should handle it.
> This is the way headers and footers are handled in the print world isn't it?
> I say I want "XYZ" in the footer of every page, and if my doc runs to 11
> pages the presentation layer puts it at the foot 11 times. I only specified
> the content one time.
> IMHO the purpose of CSS is purely presentation, so there should be a way to
> have CSS repeatedly present something.
Well, the web is not print and there is no pagination, as the display
size is unknown. All it is is linked documents. Think of the web
document as a .txt file, the CSS as the .dot. The headers and Footers
are added by Word as an application, and this is where SSI or the DOM
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