Re: Why a DTD for HTML 3.2? (fwd)

In message <>, "Harold A. Dri
scoll" writes:
>>The proposed 3.2 DTD is an arbitrary subset of "current practice."  
>Yes, it is "an arbitrary subset," but certainly a considered subset. I think
>most of us would prefer a more "perfect" DTD. But that has not been

On the other hand, I wouldn't mind seeing such a thing.

For example, I've hacked something up. See:
(in the context of:

which is something I'd like to see used for technical reports
on the web. See also:


Received on Wednesday, 22 May 1996 16:08:01 UTC