On Sat, 2001-10-06 at 12:49, Daniel Egger wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 06, 2001 at 02:06:15AM -0600, Nathan C Summers wrote:
> 
> > We can also use XML for its original purpose -- a markup language.  Even
> > just adding an emphasis tag can allow tip writers to be <em>much</em> more
> > expressive.
> 
> That's an abuse of a tag. <em> is a stylistic tag from the HTML days,
> with XML text should be marked like: <markup>&lt;em</markup> is a stylistic
> tag. The actual rendering is up to the stylesheets or preferences of the
> user/developer. But yes: In theory you're right. 

No prof. You've got it wrong. em means emphasis.  It means the text
should be given some sort of emphasis.  The stylesheets then determine
what that emphasis is.  (italics, color change, etc.)


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