On 9 Sep 2010, at 23:57, Martin Holmes wrote:
> What I'm suggesting is that @tei:css would be better than the current
> @rend, because it uses a formal language for which validators and
> parsers exist; that it could ultimately replace @rend, but could happily
> coexist alongside it for as long as necessary; and that it's a natural
> partner for the @rendition system, allowing inline styles alongside
> centralized classes (just as we have in HTML).
if @rendition == @class then we should not use @css == @style, surely?
I mean just from a point of view of naming. might as well use @style, to
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