from XML editor article>Note:
I need a synonym for "stylesheets" that represents the truly simple thing
the inline-equivalences are. For lack of a good name, I keep putting
"stylesheets" in quotes, to distinguish them from the complex entities
usually denoted by the term.
I really don't see why you don't drop this silly idea of these alternative
'stylesheets' you are discussing. You are just holding yourself back with
no real advanage to be gained. If you study CSS for the slightest
bit you will find it much easier to use simple standard CSS notation instead
notation. Remember display: block; and display: inline?
Maybe more complex in terms of number of characters, but hardly
'complex entities' and completely standard and
requiring no additional documentation.
Or maybe just call them EricSheets or EricsXmlEditorCheatSheets.
And by the way, the URN standard can look like this:
to show that the resource can be obtained either
from the network or locally.
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