[uf-discuss] Problem with VoteLinks?
brian.suda at gmail.com
Thu Jun 7 11:55:31 PDT 2007
On 6/7/07, Costello, Roger L. <costello at mitre.org> wrote:
> The VoteLinks specification says that a VoteLink is used to (1)
> indicate agreement or disagreement with the resource indicated by href,
> and (2) the title attribute should be used to express a human-readable
> commentary (i.e., a rationale) for the vote.
accoding to the wiki page, it says:
"Additional human-readable commentary can be added using the existing
'title' attribute, which most browsers show as a rollover."
That is slightly different that your SHOULD BE and the text's CAN BE.
The examples are not being used to express voting strength or intent,
but simply a futher descripion of the text.
<a rev="vote-against" href="http://ragingcow.com" title="nasty corn
syrup drink">Raging Cow</a>
This is semantics at the level of HTML where the TITLE attribute
further describes the link. This has nothing to do directly with the
Where did you find your text? "(2) the title attribute should be used
to express a human-readable commentary (i.e., a rationale) for the
the spec page does not say (i.e. rationale) anywhere when i search for it?
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