Re: HTML 3.2 PR

Walter Ian Kaye (walter@natural-innovations.com)
Sun, 17 Nov 1996 20:22:40 -0800


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Date: Sun, 17 Nov 1996 20:22:40 -0800
To: www-html@w3.org
From: Walter Ian Kaye <walter@natural-innovations.com>
Subject: Re: HTML 3.2 PR

At 2:21p +1100 11/18/96, Stuart Young wrote:
>And since most bookmarks (And search engines) use the Title by default, a
>useful title REALLY DOES HELP distinguish what the page is about, and
>even where it's located!
>
>Mebbe some additional things should be allowed within the head, eg: an
>'over-riding window title', like say, <WINDOW>Your window title
>here</WINDOW> could be very useful. Only new browsers would look and use
>the tag, but it shouldn't break any current browsers if they're correctly
>written.

Why? What would you put there that you couldn't put in <TITLE>?

>Also something like adding a home page tag in the head statement, to let
>the browser 'know' where the home page for this document is (and offer
>say, a little button in the browser so you can go to that home page)
>would be useful, but not essential.

I integrate that into the graphics on my pages. :)

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