And why do we have CSS3 and XSL Style Properties? We're moving from HTML to XHTML, an XML vocabulary. Doesn't it make sense to use XSL which is CSS2, DSSSL, and some new stuff? Instead of doing XSL and then CSS3, both of which have CSS2 and new stuff? It's ridiculous!!
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