brian.suda at gmail.com
Mon Oct 23 05:18:55 PDT 2006
On 10/23/06, Mike Schinkel <mikeschinkel at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> --- you don't need the W3C in this situation, Atom which is an IETF
> standard has introduced several new rel values. So it would be possible to
> introduce values through RFCs as well as W3C Recommendations.
> So we can add REL attributes to (X)HTML elements that are not currently
> defined to contain them? Wouldn't that cause an XTML document so marked up
> to failed a validity test?
Sorry about that, you are correct. In your email you said:
> P.P.S. Sure we can't just lobby the W3C to approve REL tags and maybe a few
> more for all (X)HTML elements? :-) :-) :-)
I read that REL tags, as REL values (e.g. home, next, previous,
bookmark, etc.) You ment allowing a rel attribute on any arbitrary
element, like <span rel="">.
You are correct, If you did that you would no longer be valid HTML4,
or XHTML 1.X
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