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Re: Errors that is not corrected in HTML 4.01 yet

From: Ian Jacobs <ij@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 09 Sep 1999 11:13:50 -0400
Message-ID: <37D7CEAE.7DE53583@w3.org>
To: UCHIDA Akira <UCHIDA@happy.email.ne.jp>
CC: www-html-editor@w3.org, w3c-html-wg@w3.org, lehors@w3.org
UCHIDA Akira wrote:
> 
> Dear editors.
> I found four errors are not corrected yet.
> 
> (1) Sec.15.2.1
>    In the example with "mypar", the CSS rule should read
> 
>      P#mypar {font-style: italic; color: blue}

Yes.
 
> (2) Sec.20
>    The lines:
> 
>         DELIM
>                GENERAL SGMLREF
>                SHORTREF SGMLREF
> 
>    are not changed to:
> 
>         DELIM
>                GENERAL SGMLREF
>                HCRO "&#38#x" -- 38 is the number for ampersand --
>                SHORTREF SGMLREF
> 
>    yet.
> 
>    And the initial <!SGML "ISO 8879:1986"
>    is not changed to <!SGML "ISO 8879:1986 (WWW)" yet.

Yes, someone else caught this as well. However they informed
us that the correct line for HCRO was:

          HCRO "&#38;#x" -- 38 is the number for ampersand --
                    ^

with an addition semi-colon.
 
> (3) Sec.21
>    The OBJECT element's archive attribute is defined in the DTD as
>    taking a value of type %URI". This is incorrect: the value may be
>    a space-separated list of URIs (as indicated in the definition of
>    the attribute and in the DTDs comment).

Yes. I will change to CDATA, which is the type used for
the comma-separated list used for APPLET/archive.
 
> (4) Sec.21
>    The FORM element's DTD fragment should include a definition for
>    the accept attribute, which is listed in the element's definition.
>    The definition should be the following:
> 
>     accept  %ContentTypes;  #IMPLIED  -- list of MIME types for file upload

That sounds right as well.

Thank you,

 - Ian

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