Date: Fri, 10 Mar 95 12:06:43 GMT From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Tony Jebson) Message-Id: <9503101206.AA09042@ss38.wg.icl.co.uk> To: email@example.com Subject: Re: Captions for Figures and Tables I wrote: > <!ELEMENT CAPTION - - (%text;)+ -- table or figure caption --> > This precludes things like: > <caption><h1>A Large Caption</h1></caption> > Should this be allowed? or should this wait until style sheets? e.g. > <caption class=bigcaps>A Large Caption</caption> Dave Raggett replied: > I would much prefer the latter. Even though I raised the original query, after thinking about it I also prefer the style sheet solution. The only thing about the style sheet solution that worries me is that I suspect a lot of people will want large captions (particularly for figures), and will exploit the fact that most browsers are forgiving of HTML syntax errors, and will adopt the illegal solution. Tony --- Tony Jebson --- International Computers Limited (ICL) --- firstname.lastname@example.org --- http://www.to.icl.fi/~aj/ --- All opinions expressed here (however stupid) are my own, --- and nothing stated here is an official statement by ICL.