Date: Fri, 10 Jun 94 15:45:58 -0400 From: "Alan (Miburi-san) Wexelblat" <email@example.com> Message-Id: <9406101945.AA16558@media.mit.edu> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Two questions about the 2.0 spec 1) On page 30 of 51, the HIDDEN input is defined. The comment says "may be used to transmit state information about client/server interaction." Given that HTTP is a stateless protocol (erroneously, IMNVHO) I wonder what sort of "state" is envisioned to be transmitted here. 2) Memory says that HTML+ used to have a "RENDER" element which told the client to render a given element as another given element which the client knew about. Where did this RENDER element go and why was it removed? --Alan Wexelblat, Reality Hacker, Author, and Cyberspace Bard Media Lab - Advanced Human Interface Group email@example.com Voice: 617-258-9168 Page: 617-945-1842 firstname.lastname@example.org It's not an information superhighway, it's an information kudzu.