RE: Clients and tabs
BELL Scott A (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 25 May 1995 17:45:39 +0500
>From: email@example.com on Thu, May 25, 1995 11:34 AM
>Subject: Re: Clients and tabs
>To: Multiple recipients of list
>On May 18, 7:45, Arthur Wilson wrote:
>> Does HTML 3 allow you to use tabs to layout text? And do any of the
>> available clients support this feature?
>If this were the case, it would be not only ambiguous, but counter-
>intuitive... For instance,
>should be formatted how? With the Total left-justified but the
>number centered on the decimal point? And what about the language
>attribute? Comma is the decimal separator in French, not period...
>No, people would make too many mistakes (or at least, incorrect
>assumptions) about how the viewer should render the information.
>If there is any chance of ambiguity, best require an explicit
..or a specific style sheet, if style sheets ever come into play...
Is there such a making for HTML 3 incorporating style sheets?
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