Justin French said: Sure, the W3 spec suggests DLs to be used for conversations and other non-DL purposes, and we've seen some great examples out there, but the reality is that (last time I researched), DL's are still announced by screen readers as a definition list of N items, which would
On Sun, 05 Sep 2004 14:53:46 +1000, Michael Nelson wrote: I mean, a definition list is really for definitions No, I don't agree. The W3C docs site two example uses: - a standard term and definition usage, and - marking up dialogues. see http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/struct/lists.html#h-10.3
Sage Olson wrote: What is the most semantic way to markup an interview? I believe it must be cite/cite and for bigger phrases, you can useblockquote title= /blockquote Correct me someone if I'm wrong. -- Lennart Fylling Aalesund Norway **
Oops, sorry I wasn't more specific I meant a large interview that takes up an entire article, something like this: http://www.macthemes.net/articles/insider/000189.php (Note: I'm not a staff member or anything of MacThemes.) They've used bold tags to indicate the interviewer's questions, and
I'd go for definition lists, overkill or not. dl dtQ/dt ddA/dd /dl Failing that, the question could be in headings h1interview/h1 h2Q1/h2 p.../p h2Q2/h2 p.../p Patrick Sage Olson wrote: Oops, sorry I wasn't more specific I meant a large interview that takes up an entire article, something like
Heading tags are not appropriate nor semantically correct. cite is used for quoting a citation from a book, article or other piece of work referenced in an article. This is more adeptly used in reference articles. dl is the most appropriate method as it not only visually separates the question
The WSG ten question interviews are marked up as Definition lists: http://webstandardsgroup.org/features/ More on definition lists here: http://www.maxdesign.com.au/presentation/definition/ Russ What is the most semantic way to markup an interview?
What is the most semantic way to markup an interview? I've been thinking about this a bit. If I did want to find the _most semantic_ way to markup an interview (I can't imagine thinking about it if we hadn't been discussing it though ;-), why wouldn't a paragraph with a meaningful class be the