[uf-discuss] plays, skits & scripts
paul at msn.com
Wed Feb 1 19:52:05 PST 2006
Chatzilla uses tables, so I thought it was worth mentioning. As far as
semantics, this is an excellent example of tabular data. Each row will have
very specific pieces of information that can be broken down into specific
columns meant to hold that data.
Styling is another matter entirely. Unless you start some fancy un-styling
with the td's, you are stuck in a very strict basic layout. Using some
other layout methods would certainly be more easily flexible in this
"Chris Messina" <chris.messina at gmail.com>
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Uh. I'd like to give that a chance, since this is a fairly purposed
discussion so I presume that you're being serious?
The one thing that comes to mind as to why this approach wouldn't
really make much sense is the sorting aspect... though I guess sorting
by Nic/time would be ok... Even still, it seems no more semantic than
my DL approach.
Anyone else have opinions?
On 2/1/06, Paul Bryson <paul at msn.com> wrote:
> "Chris Messina" wrote...
> > I wonder than if we're going to be semantic purists and not use
> > definition lists than what should we use? Ordered lists perhaps? I
> > just don't think using paragraphs makes any sense, especially since
> > each speaker very likely will have multiple paragraphs of prose.
> A table. One column for usernames, one column for what the user said.
> Maybe another column with timecodes. Problems?
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