Martin Holmes wrote:
> But the debate about this is interesting, and the anti-variables
> arguments are on the whole quite convincing:
count me as a -1. Bert's a clever guy, but I think he's just wrong....
if you cite CSS3, I'll cite XPointers.
> I don't see how CSS is tied to HTML behaviours at all -- I must be
> missing something there.
i mean that its incomplete because it does not fully
describe HTML. eg the behaviour of <a> elements.
> It's very
> good for what it's intended for
agreed. I am very pleased we have it.
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