Re: CENTER element [Was: Netscape & New HTML]
Lou Montulli (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 27 Oct 1994 14:22:52 -0700
On Oct 27, 9:05am, Kee Hinckley wrote:
> Subject: Re: CENTER element [Was: Netscape & New HTML]
> > That's not true. The original CERN spec, which BTW never included
> > a DTD, specified <p> as a paragraph separator and never had a </p>.
> > Trying to make <p> into a container now IS rewritting history and
> > breaks many current implementations, and in my opionion is a very
> What implementations does it break? I haven't seen any problems.
Lynx is one. It adds all sorts of white space where there shouldn't
be any whitespace. It makes documents look terrible when a <p> isn't
used as a paragraph seperator the way it was originally designed to be used.
Lou Montulli http://mosaic.mcom.com/people/montulli/
Mozilla Development Team It's spelled 'Netscape', it's pronouced 'Mozilla'