On 19/10/07 9:29 AM, "Ziya Oz" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Right on. If RSS feeds can incorporate enclosures they should be able to
> incorporate CSS definitions, just like web browsers. This shouldn't be
> rocket science, but then I digress.
one problem is that many readers use the style of many feeds aggregated into
one page ... and you now have conflicting style sheets competing to control
mark pilgrim illustrated that with a brilliant exploit, very early on.
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