Re: Cougar DTD: Do use CDATA declared content for SCRIPT (fwd)

"Harold A. Driscoll" <> wrote:
>At 18:31 28/7/96 -0500, Foteos Macrides wrote:
>>	<SCRIPT SRC="data:..."><SCRIPT>
>don't you mean:
> 	<SCRIPT SRC="data:..."></SCRIPT>
>                                ^
>Like they say, the devil is in the details. ;-)

	Ugh!!!  That "little" typo is fatal for Lynx, which just hides
all SCRIPT content, 'cuz the rest of document becomes SCRIPT content.
It's like <!-------------------------> "decorations" when valid comment
parsing is turned on.

	And to think I made it.  Shame on me! :) :)
	But if the data: URL trick gets widely deployed for "inlining"
scripts, the next step is a set of REL "scripting" conventions for

	<LINK REL="FooScript" HREF="data:...">
and then Good-bye all worries!!!


 Foteos Macrides            Worcester Foundation for Biomedical Research
 MACRIDES@SCI.WFBR.EDU         222 Maple Avenue, Shrewsbury, MA 01545

Received on Sunday, 28 July 1996 19:50:35 UTC