[uf-discuss] Microformats and Firefox 3
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Wed Sep 5 07:00:59 PDT 2007
That was exactly why I suggested :target instead of :focus. I think
ufs shouldn't _require_ links or other focus-eable elements. And I'm
with you with the worries on pushing the meaning of the spec... is
there a more meaningful alternative I don't know about?
And I'm with Tony (and others) on the protocol approach. My concern
is: how do we keep the actions "standard"? The user-agent must be able
to recognize it so we can't have some of us publishing "export.hcard"
and others "save.hcard". An API would be nice.
Also, don't forget about languages. If it's up to the user agent to
insert action buttons it's imperative that all languages are
supported. It would be so not-cool to have a page in mandarin sporting
action-buttons in english, don't you think?
On 9/5/07, Dimitri Glazkov <dimitri.glazkov at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the comments on the margin-marks concept. I sincerely
> appreciate that.
> I really like the idea of allowing additional control over
> presentation via pseudo-classes, but I am worried that :target isn't
> quite right, at least if we follow the spec to the letter
> (http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-selectors/#target-pseudo), specifically
> since this pseudo-class is not dynamic and there may or may not be a
> fragment identifier on the microformat.
> Can :focus be used somehow instead? This would require an element to
> accept keyboard or mouse focus, though...
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