Message-Id: <199611150343.VAA05052@inet.htcnet.com> From: "Carl Morris" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: "Joe English" <email@example.com>, "WWW HTML List" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Re: HTML 3.2 PR: Miscellaneous notes Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 21:41:58 -0600 | which implies that the following is correct: | | | <table border=1> | <caption>Form 2</caption> | <tr> | <td rowspan=2>R1-2, C1 | <td>R1 C2 | <tr> | <td>R2 C2 | </table> Implies? That looks like what it said to me... one suggestion ... they like it around here if you would suggest the better wording... not just say its needed. | Section "BASEFONT" says only: | | | Used to set the base font size. BASEFONT is an empty element so | | the end tag is forbidden. The SIZE attribute is an integer value | | ranging from 1 to 7. The base font size applies to the normal | | and preformatted text but not to headings, except where these | | are modified using the FONT element with a relative font size. | | The scope of its effect should be clarified. Does it apply to | the entire document, to all text up to the next BASEFONT element | or end of the document, or to the end of the enclosing element? | For example: I thought the definition of it states only one occurrence may exist.