Subject: HTML3 DTD Message-Id: <MICHAELJ.firstname.lastname@example.org> From: email@example.com (Michael Johnson) To: firstname.lastname@example.org (HTML discussion list) Date: Wed, 30 Nov 94 12:39:49 EST In reading through the HTML3 DTD, I note that some of the elements that were in HTML+ have been omitted from the draft HTML3 specification. The ones that are missing are: ABSTRACT ADDED ARG BYLINE CHANGED CMD FOOTNOTE IMAGE L LIT MARGIN ONLINE PRINTED QUOTE REMOVED RENDER Some of these (IMAGE, L, LIT) can be considered redundant, and some may be of dubious utility (such as RENDER, QUOTE) but others I think are quite useful and do not add unacceptably to the complexity of HTML. The ones that I most want to see resurrected in HTML3 are: ABSTRACT ADDED ARG BYLINE CHANGED CMD FOOTNOTE REMOVED If I had to choose one of these to make the cut, it would be FOOTNOTE, with CHANGED a close second. MARGIN is redundant if FOOTNOTE is retained. ONLINE and PRINTED might be nice, but their absence would not break my heart. Michael Johnson Relay Technology, Inc.