[linux-elitists] Take back the net. CSS for the user

Ruben Safir ruben@mrbrklyn.com
Sun Dec 9 00:00:32 PST 2001

I'm suprised to read this.

Those "Influential Morons" was every net user, customer, and grandmother I 
met over 5 years.  People wanted the stuff to be relatively static and all 
the W3C documents to the contrary wasn't going tp change this.

The problem really is that CSS sucks are defining layout as well, leaving 
just a more complicated language to break layouts between browsers.

HTML just needs things like <OVER PIXELS=400> tag

Is <BR CLEAR> still not in the spec?

CSS is not WORTH LEARNING if I have to test 10 browsers to see if the 
classes work.


>> The failure of influential morons to grasp the structure/layout
>> distinction says nothing at all about its necessity.

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