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Re: [XHTML 2] 19.1 the img element (PR#7743)

From: Shane McCarron <xhtml2-issues@hades.mn.aptest.com>
Date: Fri, 13 Jan 2006 09:57:39 -0600 (CST)
To: jim@jibbering.com
Cc: www-html-editor@w3.org
Message-Id: <20060113155739.2609C7B6AF@hades.mn.aptest.com>


The phrase we try to use throughout the specification is "resource is
unavailable" or "unavailable resource".  We have updated this section to use
that phrase.  We have also added a definition of the term unavailable resource
for clarity.

> Dear HTML Working Group,
> What does "not presentable" mean in the following sentence of 19.1
> "Like the object element, this element's content is only presented if the 
> referenced resource is not presentable."
> Please clarify this to say exactly what cases an image may be not 
> presentable, for example:
> <img src="chicken" type="text/ecmascript">Fallback!</img>
> A javascript resource has no presentation, so is not presentable, therefore 
> the fallback should be used, or not?
> Please specify this in a manner identical to other fallback behaviour in 
> Section 17, although please ensure this is clarified first.
> Regards,
> Jim Ley 
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