Re: Strange definition of Frame in Cougar DTD

In article <>,
"nemo/Joel N. Weber II" <> wrote:
> Yes, some list of features, instead of just a browser version, would have
> been wiser.

First you'd have to define a standardized way to indicate a feature.
One approach that comes to mind is the "text/html; version=3.0"
suggested MIME type for HTML 3.0. Would extending the MIME type
like this be the way to go?

> However, intelligently designed content wouldn't require such a feature...

Depends on the application, I'd say. If you say that you can only
handle Javascript, I can send an HTML document with only the Javascript,
not the VBscript, JScript and what-have-youscript.

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Received on Thursday, 1 May 1997 14:49:12 UTC