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spec:css3-regions:sequestering-regions [2012/11/16 09:00]
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spec:css3-regions:sequestering-regions [2014/12/09 15:48] (current)
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-Using HTML elements to produce the boxes for a region chain is a point of contention. The point made against the current version of the spec is that markup purely for presentational ​purposes ​should be avoided when possible. At TPAC 2012, [[http://​lists.w3.org/​Archives/​Public/​www-style/​2012Nov/​0260.html|Bert mentioned]] that using an external file to define the presentational boxes would be OK.+Using HTML elements to produce the boxes for a region chain is a point of contention. The point made against the current version of the spec is that combining content and presentational ​code should be avoided when possible. At TPAC 2012, [[http://​lists.w3.org/​Archives/​Public/​www-style/​2012Nov/​0260.html|Bert mentioned]] that using an external file to define the presentational boxes would be OK.
  
 One way to use an external file for presentational purposes is being defined by the [[http://​dvcs.w3.org/​hg/​webcomponents/​raw-file/​tip/​explainer/​index.html|Web Components]] effort, so it may be a useful experiment to see how we could define regions using custom elements and/or decorators from Web Components One way to use an external file for presentational purposes is being defined by the [[http://​dvcs.w3.org/​hg/​webcomponents/​raw-file/​tip/​explainer/​index.html|Web Components]] effort, so it may be a useful experiment to see how we could define regions using custom elements and/or decorators from Web Components
 
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