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Old September 1st, 2004, 02:10 PM
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I 100% agree with you. Spans and classes make much more sense. If, for example, you wanted one word to be white, bold, italic, underlined and have a black background, you'd have to use a lot of tags for that, whereas you could just assign a class and reuse the class wherever you want the same formatting.

And as for the aural browsers (all 2 of them :-) ), CSS3 has some voice settings, so hopefully, when aural browsers become common, they will support more CSS of their time than some certain current browsers do of today's CSS :-)

I don't see why the formatting module isn't depreciated already.

Just my $.02.