2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 26, 2006 11:07 AM by baxxy2000

    semantic values for changing case

    baxxy2000 Level 1
      Hi,
      Iv'e just set up some classes for case style and named them like below

      .lower
      .upper
      .capitalise
      .small-caps

      This way i can leave all text in normal case and change the presentation in CSS.

      But do you think these are sensible naming conventions or will i be accused of using a presenttaional name rather than there function?

      If so, does anyone have other recommendations for naiming these styles.


        • 1. Re: semantic values for changing case
          Level 7
          No comment on your choices, but I am curious as to how you will
          style title or sentence case.

          Also would like to know what the difference is between capitalise and upper.



          "baxxy2000" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
          news:ecps5h$p50$1@forums.macromedia.com...
          > Hi,
          > Iv'e just set up some classes for case style and named them like below
          >
          > .lower
          > .upper
          > .capitalise
          > .small-caps
          >
          > This way i can leave all text in normal case and change the presentation
          > in
          > CSS.
          >
          > But do you think these are sensible naming conventions or will i be
          > accused of
          > using a presenttaional name rather than there function?
          >
          > If so, does anyone have other recommendations for naiming these styles.
          >
          >
          >
          >


          • 2. Re: semantic values for changing case
            baxxy2000 Level 1
            Sentance case will just use normal case.

            capitalise just capitalizes the first letter on each word