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Re: TAG Comments on XHTML 2.0 and HLink

From: <Svgdeveloper@aol.com>
Date: Thu, 26 Sep 2002 12:28:34 EDT
Message-ID: <173.f4c478d.2ac48fb2@aol.com>
To: ann@webgeek.com, www-tag@w3.org
In a message dated 26/09/2002 17:12:07 GMT Daylight Time, ann@webgeek.com 

> XHTML 2.0 retains much of the familiar because that familiar is practical, 
> useful, and comfortable. There is no need to reinvent paragraphs, bulleted 
> lists, and other simple document structures. 


Not even if the paragraphs are structurally unlinked to any assumed header?

I will use hypothetical elements. Isn't it better to have

<header>Header blah.
<paragraph>Blah, blah
<!-- Add more paragraphs to taste -->


<header>Header blah.</header>
<paragraph>Blah, blah
<!-- Add more paragraphs to taste -->

than the current lack of structure with 

<h1>Header blah</h1>
<p>More blah in smaller type</p>?

There is nothing structurally in XHTML to associate the h1 element with its 
(probably) associated p element.

Surely that is one of the structural defects of HTML that should at least be 
looked at in XHTML 2.0?

Andrew Watt
Received on Thursday, 26 September 2002 12:29:31 UTC

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