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From: <SCJessey@aol.com>
Date: Wed, 2 Oct 2002 16:08:03 EDT
Message-ID: <14a.1519ec59.2accac23@aol.com>
To: www-html@w3.org
Liorean posts this example:-

<<<dl>
   <def>
     <dt>java</dt>
     <dd>1. An island</dd>
     <dd>2. A kind of coffee</dd>
     <dd>3. A programming language</dd>
   <def>
   <def>
     <dt>blah</dt>
     <dd>description of blah</dd>
   </def>
</dl>
>>

Apart from there being a <def> when there should be a </def>, this makes an 
awful lot of sense to me.  I recommend this idea is given serious 
consideration.

Simon Jessey
e: <A HREF="mailto:scjessey@aol.com">scjessey@aol.com</A>
w: <A HREF="http://jessey.net/">http://jessey.net</A>
Received on Wednesday, 2 October 2002 16:08:40 GMT

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