Re: Critique of the ISO-HTML draft

Roger Price (rprice@cs.uml.edu)
Wed, 2 Apr 1997 23:32:35 -0500


From: Roger Price <rprice@cs.uml.edu>
Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 23:32:35 -0500
Message-Id: <199704030432.XAA19168@neptune.cs.uml.edu>
To: www-html@w3.org
Subject: Re: Critique of the ISO-HTML draft
Cc: rprice@cs.uml.edu

Arnoud "Galactus" Engelfriet writes in www-html@w3.org: 

> 4) The text for CAPTION suggests that for aligning stuff, you should
> use something like P inside the caption. But the content model is
> just %text, which does not permit P.

Note 33 looks wrong.  <P>, as Arnoud points out, cannot be used in
<CAPTION>.  It would be better if Note 33 said that the horizontal
alignment in effect for the element containing the <TABLE> applies to
the <CAPTION> content.  If this is not suitable, a <DIV> may be placed
around the <TABLE> with the required horizontal alignment.

> 5) The example for CITE seems to suggest that it's now used for
> *quotations* from another source

Perhaps subclause 32.4 should read:

As <CITE>Harry S. Truman</cite> said 
<Q LANG="en-US">The buck stops here.</Q>

Best Regards,
Roger
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Roger Price                    Dept of Computer Science, Umass Lowell
rprice@cs.uml.edu           Centre d'Etudes et Recherches, IBM-France