Re: [hypermail] WAI/HTML/CSS enhancements (2nd try)

From: Peter C. McCluskey <>
Date: Wed, 2 Oct 2002 10:43:14 -0700 (PDT)
Message-Id: <> (Jose Kahan) writes:
>Except for Peter, I didn't get any feedback if people would be
>interested in having these enhancements in hypermail:

 I presume the lack of feedback is due to a combination of the somewhat cryptic wording and the absence of any obvious problems.  I suspect most of the changes are genuinely uncontroversial. If there are any that are likely to affect the default appearance under common browsers (beyond adding a little new info), you should probably point them out.

>Is there any reason why we need today to have all those formatting
>options? Would people be happy if we have one standard HTML
>representation and then be able to customize it through CSS, as well
>as the user defined strings (like the archive name)?

 I don't know enough about CSS to be sure whether this is a good idea, but I can imagine that it might be a nice way to simplify the code.

Peter McCluskey          | Free Jon Johansen! | 
Received on Wed 02 Oct 2002 07:42:49 PM GMT

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