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[whatwg] [html5] 2.6. Phrase elements

From: Anne van Kesteren <fora@annevankesteren.nl>
Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2005 14:59:21 +0200
Message-ID: <425E6929.8030602@annevankesteren.nl>
Ian Hickson wrote:
> I've added an example.

Ok, so order isn't important.

You want to add a closing DFN tag by the way. (To the example.)


>> * 2.6.12. The kbd element
>> 
>> How can this element only be used in strictly inline-level content 
>> but sometimes contain inline-level content. That doesn't work.
> 
> I'm confused about what you mean here. "inline-level content" 
> includes "strictly inline-level content".

Well, the draft states (this is SAMP):

# Contexts in which this element may be used:
#     Where strictly inline-level content is allowed.

So it may only be used in strictly inline-level context, right?

How can otherwise ever apply:

# Content model:
#     When used in an element whose content model is only strictly
#     inline-level content: only strictly inline-level content.
#     Otherwise: any inline-level content.

..?


>> * 2.6.15. The q element
>> 
>> It looks like this has the same problem as 2.6.12. (A Q element to 
>> contain a BLOCKQUOTE?)
>
> I don't understand the problem. If the person you are quoting was 
> themselves quoting a block from elsewhere, where's the problem?

Like

  <q>foo bar and then <cite>Ian</cite> said:
   <blockquote>
    <p>Well, I don't want to go into details right now...</p>
    <p>... but this looks like a very ugly markup construct...</p>
   </blockquote>
   however, he was of course wrong, as this kind of nesting is actually
   kind a cool, not?</q>

..? It looks terrible imho. Not something you put inline or so.


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  Anne van Kesteren
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Received on Thursday, 14 April 2005 05:59:21 UTC

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