[whatwg] Semantic styling languages in the guise of HTML attributes.
leons.petrazickis at gmail.com
Wed Dec 20 07:35:02 PST 2006
On 12/20/06, James Graham <jg307 at cam.ac.uk> wrote:
> Matthew Raymond wrote:
> > A "semantic styling language" would be a language to assign semantics
> > to elements in a manner similar to how CSS controls their presentations.
> FWIW, it seems that a better term for the concept you describe would be
> "semantic binding language", since presentation isn't actually involved
> anywhere. In the same vein CSS would be a "presentation binding language" and
> XBL roughly a "behavior binding language". Having said that, I'm not sure I
> follow the point that you are trying to make.
I think what's wanted is a Cascading Semantics Language. Its syntax
could be based on CSS. For example:
Behaviours, script bindings, etc could be mixed into this.
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