[uf-discuss] hAtom handheld CSS..?
chris at placenamehere.com
Mon Mar 27 12:49:18 PST 2006
On Mar 27, 2006, at 3:39 PM, Chris Messina wrote:
> On 3/27/06, Chris Casciano <chris at placenamehere.com> wrote:
>> I guess I'm not clear where microformats (including hAtom or not)
>> serve to solve the handheld 'problem'.
> I'm not clear either, except that, like CSS Zen Garden, having one set
> of CSS classes to design for means that I could concoct one stylesheet
> that could be used as the handheld stylesheet for thousands of blogs
> instead of just one blog that chooses its own CSS classes.
> In that way, we could actually iterate on design knowing that there's
> some consistency in CSS classes.
But what about everything else on the page -- from navigation to
branding to any non-atom-like content? Or pages with multiple hatom
feeds? Or the wide variety of "stuff" that could be entry content --
from images, photos or screenshots to lengthy articles -- that would
presumably go un-specified in an hatom-garden type setting.
I guess I don't see how the others participating think the pages would
be consumed, and the win I see from hAtom (the ability to subscribe to
elements on any page of a site without shipping mulutple versions of a
document) isn't at all related to the handheld space.
[ Chris Casciano ]
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