Re: meta content-language

Julian Reschke 2008-08-22 16.23:

> Leif Halvard Silli wrote:

>> Thus, the current draft opens up the possibility that the document 
>> actually isn't aimed at a Russian audience at all. It could be that 
>> the person who created the Web page only wanted to specify the 
>> language of those comments he placed outside <html />.
> I don't believe this is a change from HTML4.

There is a change here. The current draft has removed the 
http-equiv functionality from the META element. This means that 
the author now is "free" to use it to specify the comments outside 
<html/>, because he isn't actually specifying the language 
preferences of his intended audience anymore.

To use "content-language" for that purpose in HTML 4, would be a 
leif halvard silli

Received on Friday, 22 August 2008 14:37:25 UTC