Date: Tue, 14 May 1996 14:52:02 +0200 From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Maurizio Codogno) Message-Id: <199605141252.OAA26741@beatles.cselt.stet.it> To: email@example.com Subject: Re: For the future... Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org MegaZone says: % > Many say that <BANNER> is still needed, even if Frames % >are implemented, or Marquees are slowed down to a standstill. % % Yes. *PLEASE* inpliment this! It is not very complicated, and it would % be nice to have a generally accepted way of adding fixed navigation bars % to pages without having frames and the associated complexity. provided vendors want to implement it :-( I am more and more dubious. <FOOTNOTE> (or <FN>) should also be simple to implement, at least as a popup. % > <LI> should also allow SRC as well as TYPE. % % This I'm not sure about. If we add SRC to UL, do we need SRC here? % Or better yet, vice-versa? Well, the SRC in LI could override the one in UL - so you can choose whether to use uniform bullets or change them for every item. % How about <TAB>? I don't mean we have to do the full 3.0 thing with % ID and TO, but just a simple way to allow authors to do indenting? Last year, when the 3.0 draft came out, there were a lot of comments about <TAB>, most of them because it is difficult to determine how much to tab. A simple thing to do is to decide a standard unit of measure (say, 1 enn, which scales gracefully), let people use this with a relative SIZE attribute *and* let it become a container. After all, if we want to use it as a way to indent text (since <QUOTE> has many different implementation) we can suppose the text cam be longish...) % It would be easier to compare if we had a detailed spec on 3.2 as we do for % 3.0 at <http://www.w3.org/pub/WWW/MarkUp/html3/> yup! .mau.