[uf-new] hSet Survey - Current Results

James Craig jcraig at apple.com
Wed May 30 09:42:50 PDT 2007

Manu Sporny wrote:

> 5. Using dot-notation for identifiers and classes is an acceptable
> practice when authoring CSS and XHTML.
> Yes, dot-notation is not a foreign concept to most website authors. 	
> 				4 	66.67% 	
> Maybe, only website authors are familiar with it
> 			 	1 	16.67% 	
> No, it is too complicated for most website authors 	
> 				1 	16.67% 	
> I have no idea what dot-notation is... 	
> 				0 	0.00% 	

Although I'm in favor or simple, hierarchical classnames, I don't  
think the main opposition to this has to do with its complexity, and  
if so, the argument certainly shouldn't be whittled down to a  
multiple-choice question that is this simple. It's leading. Perhaps  
the same survey questions should be rewritten by one of your  
viewpoint opponents.

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