[uf-new] hAudio Test
martin at weborganics.co.uk
Fri May 11 11:07:44 PDT 2007
On Fri, 2007-05-11 at 09:31 -0400, Manu Sporny wrote:
> Scott Reynen wrote:
> > On May 10, 2007, at 6:57 PM, Martin McEvoy wrote:
> >> It would be nice if someone could say they get what I am trying to do or
> >> that it doesn't make sense so comments and criticism are welcome.
> >> http://weborganics.co.uk/haudio
> I agree with most of Scott's feedback. In addition:
> > hcalendar is used to mark up published events.
> We don't need something as heavyweight as hcalendar to mark up the
> published date. The examples don't support the need for anything more
> heavyweight than just 'published-date' with the use of a simple
> > <a href="#album" class="include"> - Fifty Million People Can't Be
> > Wrong</a>
> Why doesn't the text "- Fifty Million People Can't Be Wrong" show up on
> the rendered HTML page?
I hid it with the style sheet, class includes don't normally have text
in the anchors but I'm not happy with that some how, people who tab
around a lot like me just get empty meaningless links
> Also note that implementation for hcollection parsers (what you are
> proposing) is going to be complex.
> The parsers will have to keep a global list of identifiers around and
> map back to the tag after the entire page has been parsed. Perhaps it
> would be cleaner if implemented like so:
> <div id="album1" class="haudio hcollection">...</div>
> <div class="haudio">
> <a href="#album1" class="collection-item"></a>
much cleaner yes
> Remember, though, the 'id=' approach has been argued against in the past:
It has yes I dont think the class include pattern works without it?
> -- manu
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