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Re: Fwd: Re: Check existence of class names

From: Siegfried Gipp <siegfried@rorkvell.de>
Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2010 20:21:28 +0200
Message-ID: <4C6C24A8.2070106@rorkvell.de>
To: "Philip Taylor (Webmaster, Ret'd)" <P.Taylor@Rhul.Ac.Uk>
CC: Dag-Erling Smørgrav <des@des.no>, www-validator@w3.org
Am 18.08.2010 20:06, schrieb Philip Taylor (Webmaster, Ret'd):
> 
> 
> Siegfried Gipp wrote:
>> Am 18.08.2010 10:57, schrieb Dag-Erling Smørgrav:
>>> Siegfried Gipp<siegfried@rorkvell.de>  writes:
>>>> <span class="<dc:subject>Discussion about non-existent classes</span>
>>>
>>> ???
>>>
>>> DES
>>
>> Ahem, is this the whole mail? I remember i wrote much more.
>>
>> This is just an example of how class names might be constructed using
>> xml namespaces and well defined class names. So they can be verified. So
>> what is strange about that?
> 
> The syntax.  Maybe :
> 
>      <span class="dc:subject">Discussion about non-existent classes</span>
> 
> Philip Taylor
> 
Well, the only "strange" part of the syntax here is the usage of a
namespace in a class name. But that's not that strange. Just have a look
at the w3c ARIA docs and f.ex. http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml-role/ (the
role attribute module). So using a namespace prefix in a class name is
possible. But it is only useful in xml (xhtml) documents, since
namespaces are not usable in html.

That's all.

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