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Re: Is there any sample on PICS usage ?

From: Marek Mazurek <mazurek@easynet.ro>
Date: Sat, 1 Apr 2006 00:47:30 +0400
Message-ID: <176142675366.20060401004730@easynet.ro>
To: pics-interest@w3.org

Hi



The following is a an example of the right way to embed a PICS label in an HTML document:

RIGHT!
<head>

 <META http-equiv="PICS-Label" content='

 (PICS-1.1 "http://www.gcf.org/v2.5"

    labels on "1994.11.05T08:15-0500"

           until "1995.12.31T23:59-0000"

           for "http://w3.org/PICS/Overview.html"

    ratings (suds 0.5 density 0 color/hue 1))

 '>

 </head>

 ...contents of document here...The following is incorrect, because the label is in the body of the document rather than in the HTML header (delimited by <head> and </head>).

WRONG!
<head>

 </head>

 <META http-equiv="PICS-Label" content='

 (PICS-1.1 "http://www.gcf.org/v2.5"

    labels on "1994.11.05T08:15-0500"

           until "1995.12.31T23:59-0000"

           for "http://w3.org/PICS/Overview.html"

    ratings (suds 0.5 density 0 color/hue 1)) '>

 ...contents of document here...It is OK to include more than one META
 tag in a single HTML document, so you can provide labels according to
 several services. There also is a way to combine several labels into
 a single label list. See the <a href="http://www.w3.org/PICS/#Specs">technical specifications</a> for details.






Best Regards
-- 
Ashish
http://hitsinspector.com
Received on Friday, 31 March 2006 19:48:28 GMT

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