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Re: Updated article: Tagging text with no language

From: Richard Ishida <ishida@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2015 12:49:15 +0000
Message-ID: <54E48A4B.10906@w3.org>
To: Gunnar Bittersmann <gunnar@bittersmann.de>
CC: www-i18n-comments@w3.org
On 18/02/2015 09:18, Gunnar Bittersmann wrote:
>> Source file attached.
>
> Hi Richard!
> Whenever I look into code there is danger. ;-) While dealing with the
> mark-up again, I have noticed a few things. Most important first:
>
> »
> $status = 'review';
> «
> Status should be published (or notreviewed?) now:
> $status = 'published';

fixed

> »
> takes NMTOKEN values in the HTML schema
> «
> No HTML here, but:
> takes NMTOKEN values in the XML schema

fixed

>
> The rest is not of high priority, but once we are at it:
>
> »
> <div class="example"> <code translate="no">&lt;p&gt;Here is a list of
> part numbers:
> «
> Tha natural text in this sample code might (should?) be translated.
> Remove translate attribute:
> <div class="example"> <code>&lt;p&gt;Here is a list of part numbers:

fixed

> »
> for the language attribute<code translate="no"></code> if
> «
> Wrong placed code tags. Remove:
> for the language attribute if

fixed

> »
> should use <span class="kw">und</span> if there
> «
> Better:
> should use <code translate="no">xml:lang="<span
> class="kw">und</span>"</code> if there

fixed

> »
> as a value of <code>xml:lang</code>.
> «
> Use kw as elsewhere:
> as a value of <span class="kw">xml:lang</span>.

fixed

> »
> you can't use the empty string in XHTML.
> «
> More accurate:
> you can't use the empty string in XHTML 1.x.

fixed

> »
> declare xml:lang as CDATA
> «
> Wrap in span and use kw as elsewhere:
> declare <span class="kw">xml:lang</span> as CDATA

fixed

> »
> <ul id="full-links2">
> «
> The list items herein are not styled the same as in <ul id="full-links">
> (as should be). Ways out:
>
> Add a class <ul id="full-links" class="full-links">, <ul
> id="full-links2" class="full-links"> etc. and use it for styling. But
> the rulesets with the ID selectors cannot be removed from the stylesheet
> because other articles would still need them.
>
> Or add #full-links2 to the selectors in the stylesheet. (Not
> recommended, it does not scale. What about potentional <ul
> id="full-links3">?)
>
> Or use attribute selector [id^="full-links"] instead of ID selector in
> the stylesheet. This would work best, I think. We do not care about
> ancient IEs here, do we?

I made it all one single list, as it should have been.


thanks for that!
ri
Received on Wednesday, 18 February 2015 12:49:24 UTC

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