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Suggestion/Enchantment: Inline Image in HTML

From: <fowlertrainer@citromail.hu>
Date: Wed, 09 Feb 2005 14:21:55 +0000
Message-ID: <420A011D.1040507@citromail.hu>
To: www-html@w3.org




Hi !

I have an idea. If anybody wrote about a thing like this then sorry !

In this time the HTML is an export/import format for reports.

That is true, but I think that some things are missing from HTML, and 
some of these things need to place in external files.
Example: images.

Sometimes I only want to create a table with little signs - but these 
signs are must be images.
When I create report, the images are placed in HTML file's dir, or HTML 
file's subdir.

But an user who need to copy this HTML file, commonly forget to copy the 
images with the report file.

So I think, that InLine (Inner) Images needed in HTML.

I thinking in two way:

First:

<img src="" datacoding="base64" data="E57843dmW9uedsfnwoijdsfo9wu">

This section is a little image, placed in html. Very good thing, no more 
external files needed !

Second:

<imagedata name="inline1" datacoding="base64" 
data="E57843dmW9uedsfnwoijdsfo9wu">
....
....
<img type="inline" src="inline1" ><br><img type="inline" src="inline1" >
....

I think that this extensions are makes the HTML language better.

Thanx for reading:
 ft
Received on Wednesday, 9 February 2005 20:54:27 GMT

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