On 2/11/06, Paul Novitski [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> I've got a related question:
> Given that it's contrary to the W3C rules to nest a block-level
> element inside an inline-level element, is it also contrary to the
> spirit of those rules to use CSS to style a nested inline element as block?
> If this kind of styling is acceptable to the W3C, *why* is it
> acceptable when it appears to create a nesting that's prohibited by the DTD?
I'm sure others can give you a better answer, but the nesting rules in
the DTD are not about presentation. What you do in the CSS to change
the presentation is simply up to preference and best practice... there
are no rules about it.
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