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Re: [review feedback] qa-css-charset

From: Richard Ishida <ishida@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2014 18:10:20 +0000
Message-ID: <531E000C.3020504@w3.org>
To: Gunnar Bittersmann <gunnar@bittersmann.de>, www-international@w3.org
On 10/03/2014 14:25, Gunnar Bittersmann wrote:
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> It is not enough to simply put @charset="utf-8" at the top of the page
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> A stylesheet is not a page. Use ‘CSS file’ or ‘stylesheet’:
> It is not enough to simply put <code class="">@charset="utf-8"</code> at
> the top of the page CSS file

Fixed.

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> The CSS3 Syntax specification
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> Mark up as title:
> The <cite>CSS3 Syntax</cite> specification

Hmm. I did this then undid it, since CSS3 Syntax is not the actual title 
of the spec. So I'm using a short form, rather like saying "the HTML5 spec".

I also added a link.

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> <h3><a style="" id="atcharset" name="atcharset" href="#atcharset">Using
> @charset</a></h3>
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> <h3><a style="" id="http" name="http" href="#http">Using HTTP</a></h3>
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> Remove style attribute.

Done

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> any other<code class="kw" translate="no"></code> declaration
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> Remove empty code element.

Done

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> So for the time being you should rely on the <code class="kw"
> translate="no">@charset</code> or HTTP header declarations instead. This
> has the additional advantage that it helps people looking at the source
> code to ascertain what the encoding of the page is.
> ««
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> This refers to @charset, but not to the HTTP header. It might read like
> this:
> The former has the additional advantage …

Done.
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> Cheers,
> Gunnar
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