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Re: Serving the Most Appropriate Content to Multiple User Agents from a Single Document Source, W3C Editor's Draft 24 October 2008

From: Shane McCarron <shane@aptest.com>
Date: Wed, 19 Nov 2008 10:49:16 -0600
Message-ID: <4924438C.3040606@aptest.com>
To: "Robison, Cole [EISU]" <Cole.Robison@da.ks.gov>
CC: www-html-editor@w3.org

Thanks for your comment.  Actually, the language used in that example, 
XHTML 1.1, does not permit the use of the lang attribute.  The working 
group is considering permitting the use of @lang in XHTML 1.1, since 
this would help to resolve this inconsistency in the model.  For now, we 
need to leave it off.



Robison, Cole [EISU] wrote:
>
> I just read /Serving the Most Appropriate Content to Multiple User 
> Agents from a Single Document Source, W3C Editor's Draft 24 October 
> 2008 <http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/2008/ED-xhtmlmime-20081024/>/, and it 
> appears to me that the example in Appendix B does not conform to 
> guideline 7 of Appendix A, in that the lang attribute is not used.
>
>  
>
> Cole Robison
>
> Director of Statewide Web/IT Accessibility
>
> Division of Information Systems and Communications
>
> State of Kansas
>
> cole.robison@da.ks.gov
>
> (785) 291-3016
>
>  
>

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