[tei-council] P5 use of rend in examples
mholmes at uvic.ca
Sat Nov 12 11:07:35 EST 2011
On 11-11-12 04:55 PM, Lou Burnard wrote:
> By the way, I just remembered that the last time we had this argument
> (or one quite like it) we agreed to introduce @rendition and<rendition>
> specifically to enable rendition values unequivocably based on CSS.
> How come you chaps aren't recommending we use that all over the
> guidelines? (hm, I may regret that remark)
I thought we'd agreed that @rendition/<rendition> was a good way of
doing CSS classes, not element-specific CSS (analogous to @xhtml:class,
rather than @xhtml:style).
> To answer Martin -- because there is a difference between our practice
> in the Glines, and the practice of other projects which we may cite in them.
I think we'll have to agree to disagree about this one. I may put in a
> On 11/11/11 21:32, Martin Holmes wrote:
>> On 11-11-11 12:05 PM, Lou Burnard wrote:
>>> the choice of values is a project-specific decision.
>>> There's no point in our saying that with one voice while at the same
>>> time implying that we think everyone should use the same vocabulary for
>>> such things.
>> No, we don't think everyone should use the same vocabulary; we think
>> that any given project should use the same vocabulary consistently, and
>> we exemplify this excellent principle in our own biggest project, which
>> is the TEI Guidelines.
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