RE: Style of third level sections...
2003-09-23 17:31:32 GMT
I agree it doesn't look too good when there's lots of bold text around. One answer might be to use less bold text... and (in the case of the Data Model spec) to avoid using <code> in a heading.
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> From: Norman Walsh [mailto:Norman.Walsh <at> Sun.COM]
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> Subject: Style of third level sections...
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> In W3C Specifications,
> - - First level sections are very large, bold, and blue.
> - - Second level sections are large, normal weight, and blue.
> - - Third level sections are normal size, bold, and black.
> I find the transition from "blue" to "black" very jarring. In
> particular, these sections lose the appearance of being
> section dividers.
> This problem is particularly noticable in documents like the
> XSL/XML Query Data Model where paragraphs discussing infoset
> properties often contain a fair amount of bold text.
> Is there any possibility that a different style might be applied?
> Be seeing you,
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