Re: RE: James Clark: XML versus the Web
> Precisely. The point is to enable XML with existing and well-understood > technologies, to gain penetration with the widest audience possible and > allow for the re-use of broadly understood technologies. XSLT is > impenetrable to the average web developer. > Actually, CSS is impenetrable to the average web developer, but it has the great virtue that you can get a lot of value from it without penetrating it. Of course, the more features you add to CSS, the more you put that property at risk. Michael Kay Saxonica
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