On 9 Sep 2010, at 21:18, Martin Holmes wrote:
> My argument is that this very much IS the TEI's business; we spend so
> much time describing in painful detail (yet idiosyncratically) the
> appearance and rendering of text and objects that we should simply adopt
> the CSS standard natively
not much help when you're making docx or LaTeX :-}
> ,just as we've adopted ISO and W3 date formats
> for e.g. @when.
I confess, thats a good argument.
> @html:style is an attribute for describing how HTML
> elements should appear (using CSS). @tei:css would be our own attribute,
> just using the same language.
I can see the attraction. I cannot quite decide how I'd vote,
if I had to.
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