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Re: [css-d] Divergence between compliant browsers

Sent by Lachlan Cannon on 29 January 2002 22:10

--- Ben Henick [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Ultimately, the move to CSS and standards is about three
> things (same 
> song, second verse, to those who've read earlier posts of
> mine):
> 1.  Ease of maintenance
> 2.  Separation of style/content/structure
> 3.  Forward compatibility

I hate to be pedantic here (well, actually I love being
pedantic ;)) but CSS doesn't help you seperate content from
structure.. a cms will do that for you. or using xml, since
xml tags describe the data, and it's only on being
transformed that it becomes structural rather than semantic
markup. Also, if you're going to talk about the seperation
of everything here, don't forget to mention the seperation
of logic (ie using external scripts, no inline on*


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