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Re: XHTML2 review - Please check

From: Najib Tounsi <ntounsi@emi.ac.ma>
Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2005 17:36:54 +0000
Message-ID: <41FA7836.9000502@emi.ac.ma>
To: Richard Ishida <ishida@w3.org>
CC: public-i18n-core@w3.org, i18n IG <w3c-i18n-ig@w3.org>


In example ยง15.1.3

<html dir="rtl">
<head>
<title>/...a right-to-left title.../</title>
</head>

Does the "... right-to-left title..." works as expected, i.e. inherit 
the rtl context of the document? Actually, for most browsers, we have to 
parenthese the title with the ctrl characters RLE...PDF, to get the rtl 
context.


Richard Ishida wrote:

>  I have updated the table of review comments at
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>  http://www.w3.org/International/2004/10/xhtml2-i18n-review.html
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>  Please check the text and tell me whether I can send to the HTML
>  group.
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>  You should check, in particular, comments 38a to the end plus any
>  other comments with a number followed by a,b or c.
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>  Also: When I spoke with Steven Pemberton a few days ago, he said why
>  don't we request that xml:lang be mandatory on the html tag. Perhaps
>  we could discuss this at the next meeting. Of course, the sticking
>  point would be where you have a mulilingual document. However, may be
>  better to think of an appropriate value for such documents rather
>  than simply abandon the possibility of solving once and for all the
>  problem of people not marking up documents with language information.
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>  ============ Richard Ishida W3C
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>  contact info: http://www.w3.org/People/Ishida/
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