Message-ID: <01BCFA62.5B6F4890.email@example.com> From: Andrew n marshall <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: "'Jordan Reiter'" <email@example.com> Cc: "'firstname.lastname@example.org'" <email@example.com> Date: Wed, 26 Nov 1997 11:52:44 -0800 Subject: RE: Targeting to <DIV> (or other ids) On Wednesday, November 26, 1997 9:07 AM, Jordan Reiter [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org] wrote: > I think this doesn't. Because think about it--essentially it's telling the > page to jump to that section of text, no different than in a standard > non-CSS page. The browser should simply jump to that text, and if it means > scrolling a floating element, so be it. But it doesn't imply that documents > can be embedded in the DIV element, it just means that it appears to be > that way. This in fact has perfect degredation, btw, to lower browsers that > normally would be looking at a blank screen (no frames). Perhaps I wasn't clear. Let me give another example in the same syntax: <P><A href='http://www.usc.edu' target='#here'>USC</A></P> <DIV id='here'> Please, don't make me go!! . . . </DIV> Notice this is the same syntax but it has a very different meaning. I suppose it could be thrown out as illegal. But there seem to be cases where it is legal as well: <P><A href='http://www.isi.edu' target='#here'>USC-ISI</A></P> <OBJECT id='here' href='http://www.usc.edu' /> The rules for legality are fairly tricky. And just to be the devil's advocate, let me throw in this one: <P><A href='http://www.isi.edu' target='#here'>USC-ISI</A></P> <OBJECT id='here'> This is some content that will be shown when this page first loads. . . . </OBJECT> Andrew n marshall student - artist - programmer http://www.media-electronica.com/anm-bin/anm "Everyone a mentor, Everyone a pupil"