Re: COUGAR: ALT and <INPUT TYPE="IMAGE">

Simone Demmel (neko@greenie.muc.de)
Wed, 30 Oct 1996 23:45:26 +0100 (MET)


Message-Id: <m0vIjO2-0008G1C@sleepy.greenie.muc.de>
From: neko@greenie.muc.de (Simone Demmel)
Subject: Re: COUGAR: ALT and <INPUT TYPE="IMAGE">
To: abigail@ny.fnx.com (Abigail)
Date: Wed, 30 Oct 1996 23:45:26 +0100 (MET)
Cc: www-html@w3.org
In-Reply-To: <199610302227.RAA21831@melgor.ny.fnx.com> from Abigail at "Oct 30, 96 05:27:04 pm"

Hi,

Abigail wrote:
> ++ BTW: is there any possibility to use in alt="" an ascii-image? That would
> ++ be verry interesting, because you can provide this image to lynx- and
> ++ telnet-users too...
> Uhm, no. If the image is part of a non-pre element, a newline is just
> whitespace. And RFC 1866 forbids the use of <IMG> inside <PRE>.

Yes, that's clear...

> <!ENTITY % pre.content "#PCDATA | A | HR | BR">
> <!ELEMENT PRE - - (%pre.content)*>
> (Yeah, <PRE><A NAME = FOO><IMG SRC = "foo.gif" ALT = "<>*@(&$#("></A></PRE>
>  is "legal", but I suppose that's just an oversight and not the intention.)

:) one-lined Ascii-images *that* works!

o.k I see, no chance to get a new alt-Tag ;)

neko
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