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Re: proposal for change of Flow.model

From: Karl Dubost <karl@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2004 08:34:24 -0400
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To: www-html@w3.org

Le 25 juil. 2004, à 06:07, Sjoerd Visscher a écrit :
> The models for blockcode, blockquote and p would have to change 
> similarly.

I would consider that it would be a lot easier for the authors if there 
was a distinction between "semantics elements" and "structure 
elements". The Block/Inline dichotomy doesn't make sense at all for the 
"semantics elements".

Some elements should be authorized, IMHO, in any type of context, 
either block or inline.

* Structureless elements
Code:      blockcode and code   -> code
Quotation: blockquote and quote -> quote

* Others
address, samp, summary, caption, etc.

You could wonder why there's no:
	blockaddress and address
or
	blocksamp and samp.

So more than duplicating all semantics elements it would be a lot 
easier, IMHO, if these elements were not inline or block at all.


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