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Re: The xhtml:onkeypress architecture

From: Steven Pemberton <steven.pemberton@cwi.nl>
Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2006 16:09:52 +0100
Message-ID: <43F1F2C0.6090602@cwi.nl>
To: Misha Wolf <Misha.Wolf@reuters.com>
Cc: www-html-editor@w3.org, Masayasu Ishikawa <mimasa@w3.org>

Misha Wolf wrote:

 > I can't view this spec using IE 6 !

I can, so the problem is at your end :-)

How does the problem show itself?

It could be that you are sending application/xhtml+xml in the accept 
headers, and so being sent that version, which IE cannot process.

Check your headers here:

	http://www.ericgiguere.com/tools/http-header-viewer.html

If that is the problem, I'm pretty sure Masayasu knows the keys you have 
to edit in the Windows registry to fix it (or search for the string, I 
believe it's fairly obvious).

(There is a rogue piece of XML software that is known to add this string 
  to your accept headers for some unknown reason).

Best wishes,

Steven


> -----Original Message-----
> From: www-tag-request@w3.org [mailto:www-tag-request@w3.org] On Behalf
> Of Steven Pemberton
> Sent: 14 February 2006 14:19
> To: Anne van Kesteren
> Cc: Bjoern Hoehrmann; www-tag@w3.org; HTML WG
> Subject: The xhtml:onkeypress architecture
> 
> 
> Anne van Kesteren wrote:
> 
>> Except that it is not. It adds quite an amount of attributes in the 
>> XHTML namespace. Besides using xml:id I could now use xhtml:id on any 
>> number of elements as well as xhtml:onkeypress as the subject of this 
>> thread suggests. These are quite substantial changes from previous 
>> versions of XHTML I'm sure not many implementors would've agreed to.
> 
> These changes do *not* affect XHTML, and the text points that out quite 
> clearly, in bold type no less.
> 
> "Each of the attributes defined in an XHTML attribute collection is 
> available for use when their corresponding module is included in an 
> XHTML Host Language or an XHTML Integration Set. In such a situation, 
> the attributes are available for use in the definition of elements that 
> are NOT in the XHTML namespace when they are referenced using their 
> namespace-qualified identifier (e.g., xhtml:id). The semantics of the 
> attributes remain the same regardless of whether they are referenced 
> using their qualified identifier or not. On elements in the XHTML 
> namespace, it is an error to use a namespace-qualified attribute."
> http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml-modularization/xhtml-modularization#s_commona
> tts
> 
> This section *only* makes the attributes available to other markup 
> languages *if they should wish to use them* in that markup language 
> combination.
> 
> Steven Pemberton
> 
> 
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