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Hi all,

The global attribute @rend is wonderfully loose ("any string of 
characters", "These Guidelines make no binding recommendations for the 
values of the @rend attribute..."). However, I'm increasingly finding 
that CSS is everything I need and more for the @rend attribute, and in a 
current project, I'm considering converting all my old formulations 
(rend="italic" etc., derived from old usage, examples and guidelines) 
over to pure CSS (rend="font-style: italic").

Can anyone see any objection to this on principle? Have you come across 
any rendering features which are impossible to describe in CSS?

Cheers,
Martin
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Martin Holmes
University of Victoria Humanities Computing and Media Centre
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