EMBED and validation

Chris Maden crism at ora.com
Mon Dec 1 17:51:04 GMT 1997

[Simon St. Laurent]
> This EMBED issue raises even more bizarre questions for styling -
> context-dependent styling could well be forced to adjust if EMBEDded
> material is considered part of the document tree.  Taking this into
> account will be an interesting challenge that may force me to use
> some old-style CLASS attributes, but we'll see.  CSS will have some
> problems, but they may be surmountable.  XML styling hasn't exactly
> happened yet, but I hope the developers are keeping this in mind.

See "Problems with Dynamically Assembled Document Portions, and Some
Solutions", to be delivered at 8:30 am Wednesday in the Expert Track
at SGML/XML '97.  This is *precisely* what Steve and I will be

The paper will be published on the Web after the conference.

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