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Re: HTML processing inside CSS stylesheets?

From: Alper Ersoy
Subject: Re: HTML processing inside CSS stylesheets?
Date: Sat, 10 Jan 2004 15:58:59 +0200
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Simon Josefsson:
> The added '<p>' confuses at least Mozilla, and I suspect it shouldn't
> be present.

That's strange, I'm not seeing it in my tests.  Though to be on the
safe side, I changed add_word with insert_string, which does not do
any paragraph formatting.  Patch attached.  Let me know if that works
for you.

> Btw, IMHO, the default HTML output is rather dull.  I cut'n'pasted a
> few statements I found on the net into a ~25 lines .css, and the
> differences are quite noticeable.  Compare:

I agree with you completely, and I already mentioned it to Karl.  He
didn't seem to be very interested in it, though I'll try to push
a simple stylesheet into the next release.

> I also guess CSS's is a highly subjective matter.  Perhaps having a
> repository of different Texinfo HTML CSS's could be a first step
> towards making a choice in what the defaults should be.

This is a nice idea.  I was thinking about writing something like what
W3C uses in their recommendations.


Alper Ersoy

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