[uf-discuss] Re: Possible alternative methods for "include"
Toby A Inkster
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Wed Feb 6 07:36:25 PST 2008
Paul Wilkins wrote:
> If the ordering of class names were supposed to to have some special
> significance, there would be further information about such a specific
> order. In this case a lack of evidence points to no importance in the
> order of the class names.
If the ordering of paragraphs were supposed to have some special
significance, there would be further information about such a specific
order. In this case a lack of evidence points to no importance in the
order of paragraphs.
Thus the following HTML documents may be rendered identically by a
conforming browser, right?
The order of the paragraphs doesn't have a "special significance", yet the
paragraphs do have an inherent order. Similarly, the order of class names
within a class attribute don't have a special significance attached to
them by the HTML spec, but they do still have an inherent order.
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