I think perhaps you must misunderstand me.
Yes DIV and SPAN are by far the best tools
for clustering content in a general application.
But this is not a general application,
we have pre-existing container elements (nodelets)
which will not be disappearing, and so it
seems it would be most effecient to refer to
these than add addiotional elements.
perl -pe "s/\b;([st])/'\1/mg"
Re: Re: Re: We Stylin'!
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Yes, we should definitely take advantage of labeling the existing container classes. The issue I see is popping open the source code to the page is that these container classes aren't implemented as containers. There just a few table cells here and there. Nodelets aren't even their own tables, but rather table rows in the larger table. I'd love to see something like: