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Re: html data and css nxml-mode and relax-ng

From: Ben Adida <ben@mit.edu>
Date: Sat, 22 Apr 2006 16:49:29 -0400
Message-Id: <E7849885-9C4E-42D8-B02D-95555AEDBFFA@mit.edu>
Cc: www-archive@w3.org
To: Dan Connolly <connolly@w3.org>


Dan,

> nxml-mode knows about what HTML elements and attributes
> belong where, and gives real-time feedback when I goof.
>
> So for me, in practical terms, I'm going to need a relax-ng
> schema for RDF/A. And even so, it'll be a bit of a pain
> to carry it around with me and install it specially. I
> get XHTML support kinda for free whenever I install emacs
> these days.

That's good to know. It will probably be a good idea to have schemas  
for RDFa in every major schema language that has a use. That said,  
your point is well taken... it is an upgrade.

> Also, I used CSS to style the itinerary I did for EricM;
> it was quick visual feedback to show that I got the
> markup right. I wrote a tiny stylesheet:
>
> .summary { font-weight: bold }
> .location { font-style: italic }
> .description { background: yellow }
>
> What would the equivalent be for calendar info in RDF/A?

So we're still discussing how to use class for RDFa. There is an  
issue with CSS not supporting namespaced values, at least not real  
ones (you can always use the full qualified name, but it's not  
expanding it.)

Ideally, a greasemonkey script will tell you when you've got the  
right setup for the metadata.

-Ben
Received on Saturday, 22 April 2006 20:50:50 GMT

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