Date: Wed, 12 Jul 1995 14:41:44 -0400 From: Ka-Ping Yee <email@example.com> Subject: Re: <FIG> implies <P>? To: Rainer Klute <firstname.lastname@example.org> Cc: Mike Batchelor <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org, In-Reply-To: <199507120734.JAA16634@heike.nads.de> Message-Id: <Pine.3.87.9507121444.A26501email@example.com> > >I've noticed with Arena, that using a <FIG> implies a <P>. Is this > >intentional? On Wed, 12 Jul 1995, Rainer Klute wrote: > > According to the HTML 3 DTD a FIG element is not allowed inside a P > element and terminates the P when it occurs. Here's your example in > a normalize form (and please note that your notation of the FIG > element itself was not right: It doesn't make sense to me that figures should break paragraphs. This behaviour is disagreeable to me, and also makes <FIG> operate distinctly differently from <IMG> which it was supposed to replace. But i might just be missing the obvious. Is there a solid rationale for this? Ping (Ka-Ping Yee): 2B Computer Engineering, University of Waterloo, Canada firstname.lastname@example.org | 62A Churchill St, Waterloo N2L 2X2, 519 886-3947 CWSF 89, 90, 92; LIYSF 90, 91; Shad Valley 92; DOE 93; IMO 91, 93; ACMIPC 94 :: Skuld :: Tendou Akane :: Belldandy :: Ayukawa Madoka :: Hayakawa Moemi :: New! <http://csclub.uwaterloo.ca/u/kryee/> Yeah, i finally made a home page.