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Re: Reused IDs

From: Francois Daoust <fd@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2008 16:46:38 +0200
Message-ID: <48AC2E4E.6070105@w3.org>
To: elharo@metalab.unc.edu
CC: public-bpwg-comments@w3.org

Hi Elliotte,

Thanks for the note.
That is not what I see in the document though.

The latest version of the document is at:
   http://www.w3.org/TR/ct-guidelines/

... and does not seem to have duplicated IDs.

I checked previous versions of the Content Transformation Guidelines 
document in case we were not talking about the same version, but could 
not find duplicated IDs either.

Am I missing something?

Thanks,
Francois.



Elliotte Harold wrote:
> 
> A purely editorial note: your markup is reusing the ID sec-purpose 
> (perhaps others) more than once. This makes the document invalid:
> 
> <a name="sec-purpose" id="sec-purpose">From the point of view of this 
> document, Content Transformation is the
>                     manipulation in various ways, by proxies, of 
> requests made to and content
>                     delivered by an origin server with a view to making 
> it more suitable for mobile
>                     presentation.</a></p><p><a name="sec-purpose" 
> id="sec-purpose">The W3C Mobile Web Best Practices Working Group neither 
> approves nor disapproves of Content Transformation, but
>                     recognizes that is being deployed widely across 
> mobile data access networks. The
>                     deployments are widely divergent to each other, with 
> many non-standard HTTP
>                     implications, and no well-understood means either of 
> identifying the presence of
>                     such transforming proxies, nor of controlling their 
> actions. This document
>                     establishes a framework to allow that to 
> happen.</a></p><p><a name="sec-purpose" id="sec-purpose">The overall 
> objective of this document is to provide a means, as far as is
>                     practical, for users to be provided with at least a 
> </a><a 
> href="http://www.w3.org/TR/di-gloss/#def-functional-user-experience">"functional 
> user experience"</a>
>                     <a href="#ref-DIGLOSS">[Device Independence 
> Glossary]</a> of the Web, when mobile, taking into account the
>                     fact that an increasing number of content providers 
> create experiences specially
>                     tailored to the mobile context which they do not 
> wish to be altered by third
>                     parties. Equally it takes into account the fact that 
> there remain a very large
>                     number of Web sites that do not provide a 
> <em>functional user
>                     experience</em> when perceived on many mobile 
> devices.</p>
> 
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