Precision in terminology: "inline-level content"

The spec has two kinds of inline-level content: "structured" and  
"strictly". Occasionally, the spec refers merely to "inline-level  
content" (#inline-level0) without specifying which one (#structured  
or #strictly).

The content model of <menu> is an example:

I have taken "inline-level content" to mean "structured inline-level  
content" when it appears as a content model, but I think it would be  
better for the spec to explicitly say "structured inline-level  
content" in content models.

Henri Sivonen

Received on Tuesday, 9 October 2007 10:42:20 UTC