1333RE: New CSS libraries (was RE: [NH] .css, text-align: center;)
- Nov 24, 2000Hi Stephen,
> I'm interested, but seem slow at the moment. I've been taking aboutI'm no clip writer, so I'm not sure I can help with the real graft, but what I
> a month or two
> just to write a good, easy to use, all-browser, any object, embedding clip.
> After I finish this, if no one else has taken up the job, I will.
had in mind should be fairly simple (Famous Last Words! :-)
I guess the first thing to decide is on a couple of sample style sheets to
supply with NoteTab and then ensure that all existing "New Web Page"
clips/wizards include the code to add a <LINK rel="stylesheet"
href="name-me.css" type="text/css"> line in the code.
The obvious sheet candidates seem to me to be duplicates of those supplied with
TopStyle and the one to be found on the W3C site off:
http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS2 (I was e-mailed a copy and think it came from
http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/REC-CSS2-19980512/sample.html but I could be wrong).
After that it should be a simple matter of copying code in the existing HTML
(renamed HTML32) library into a new one called HTML4 and making the necessary
deletions to any clips that insert deprecated attributes.
I bet I haven't thought this through properly, and there's a lot more to it than
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