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Re: My comments on the XHTML 2 draft.

From: Lorenzo De Tomasi <lorenzo.detomasi@libero.it>
Date: Mon, 12 Aug 2002 12:31:11 +0200
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on 12-08-2002 8:48, Mark Gallagher at mark@cyberfuddle.com wrote:

> 
> Jonas Jørgensen wrote:
>> 
>> Toby Inkster wrote:
>> 
>>> Another idea for an element I shall call <Title> (note: upper case T,
>>> because obviously there is already a <title> element) Anyway, it could
>>> be used to mark up the titles of books, software packages, films and
>>> songs. Right now, <span> classes have to be used instead.
>> 
>> This one I strongly support (though maybe Title isn't the greatest name
>> for it).
> 
> <cite> seems fairly appropriate to me for this.

ok, but how can I use it? And if I want to specify the author, the year, the
publisher, how can an agent understand what this text is?
I think that an integration of docBook (or another standard) as suggestion
in xhtml 2, explaining how to use it can be useful

>>> <p><line>Should this all<br />go on one line?</line></p>
>> 
>> If <br/> is included in the final XHTML 2.0 spec, then it should
>> /probably/ still cause a line break inside a <line> element. But this
>> example is yet another argument for removing <br/> rather than
>> deprecating it.
> 
> Good point.

Good point for me too :)
Received on Monday, 12 August 2002 06:37:47 GMT

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