> Perhaps the popularity of discussion about stylesheets (no doubt prompted
> in response to users clamouring for presentation control) has led too
> quickly to the thinking that "CLASS = stylesheets". Maybe it would be
> a good idea for the W3 documents about HTML to point out more often that
> CLASS can be used in more ways?
I would not be upset [*] if a few [**] W3 documents were
updated in such a fashion.
But hey, let's face it: information retrieval isn't
exciting anymore. All the Market cares about is how
it looks, so why bother mentioning meaningful semantics [***]?
[*] vast understatement
[**] like, say, the HTML 3 draft and all of the stylesheets material