Subject: Some HTML 3.0 suggestions Message-Id: <MICHAELJ.email@example.com> From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Johnson) To: email@example.com (HTML discussion list) Date: Thu, 27 Oct 94 17:57:22 EDT I'm working on an X Window System widget to do HTML+ and I have encountered a few idiosyncracies that I'd like to comment on and see if anyone else agrees with my thinking: * Headings should allow <A> - in fact <A> should be allowed anywhere emphasis is allowed, IMHO. * Would be nice if <NOTE> was allowed inside <LI> and <DD>. Perhaps <NOTE> should be classified as a PARA rather than a BLOCK? That would mean you couldn't use <P> inside <NOTE>, but then that would be consistent with <FOOTNOTE> and <MARGIN> so perhaps that is better. * All PARAS ought to be allowed inside <LI> and <DD> (no reason not to, and it's handy to be able to, for example, put a <PRE> inside a list item). * What is the "correct" way to respond to tags being used in illegal places? Ignore the tags *and their contents* or just ignore the tags? My personal choice is the former, but I can see how the latter might be considered better by some. Just a few thoughts. Michael Johnson Relay Technology, Inc.