From: David Allan Finch (sarum_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-11-08 11:29:05
Chris Little wrote:
> I'm with Dave on this.
Cool - Oh you mean D.A. not D.A.F. :-)
> We use html document because it allows formating and is light weight. I can't see doc's for a library having a cascading style sheet associated with them. Maybe on the web site (and I think it
> would be overkill then) but for anything smaller.
Personal I don't really care, but I think your assumption is wrong.
The information has a type, it is a quote. Marking it as such helps
your browser display it correctly. I expect that some day browsers
will allow you to specify your own css to use if one is not set.
As I said whether you use it or not, is up to you. Originally I was
only responing with info, ie what <q> is there for. Afterall you can
do the same effect with:
<p class=quote>"something smart that someone said" by Anon<p>
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