Re: 1.a: Use Elements? -- critical ambiguity in question!
> From www10.w3.org!w3c-sgml-wg-request Mon Feb 3 16:32:29 1997
> Resent-Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 10:46:30 -0500
> Resent-Message-Id: <199702031546.KAA23572@www19.w3.org>
> Date: Mon, 03 Feb 97 09:33:31 CST
> From: Michael Sperberg-McQueen <U35395@UICVM.UIC.EDU>
> Organization: ACH/ACL/ALLC Text Encoding Initiative
> I realize that you probably omitted the gloss on the grounds that the
> meaning was intuitively obvious.
Actually I omitted it on the grounds that I wasn't trying to make a
<?-XML- URI element A attribute HREF?>
I meant no more than to suggest the use of a processing instruction to
say that the HREF of the A element contains a URI (URL or URN) and
should thus have some sort of linking behaviour.
I added the example
<?-XML- SYSTEM element IMAGE attribute SRC action embed?>
as a reminder that URI-valued attributes can be used in multiple ways --
HTML's IMG uses it to embed an image. Whether to embed is probably better
specified through a style sheet, but that's a separate discussion.
I would suggest a separate ProcInst for each element or attribute affected,
for the sake of the Barefooted Perl Hacker if nothing else!