[WSG] Automatisch antwoord bij afwezigheid: digest for wsg@webstandardsgroup.org

2007-04-25 Thread Edwart Visser
Ik ben vandaag (25 april) een aanstaande vrijdag (27 april) niet aanwezig. Tijdens mijn afwezigheid kunt u voor dringende zaken contact opnemen met Alexander Kroon ([EMAIL PROTECTED] - 050 368 88 88). Met vriendelijke groet, Edwart Visser Wisdom

[WSG] dfn and a: Which Order?

2007-04-25 Thread Mordechai Peller
Semantically, which is better: dfna/a/dfn or adfn/dfn/a My thoughts are the latter, as the dfn is closer to the word or phrase to which it's referring. *** List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm

Re: [WSG] dfn and a: Which Order?

2007-04-25 Thread Michael Turnwall
I agree that it should be adfntext/dfn/a since the text is actually a definition. --Michael Turnwall Mordechai Peller wrote: Semantically, which is better: dfna/a/dfn or adfn/dfn/a My thoughts are the latter, as the dfn is closer to the word or phrase to which it's referring.

Re: [WSG] dfn and a: Which Order?

2007-04-25 Thread Patrick H. Lauke
Mordechai Peller wrote: Semantically, which is better: dfna/a/dfn or adfn/dfn/a My thoughts are the latter, as the dfn is closer to the word or phrase to which it's referring. In those situations, I always try to reason it out loud to myself...the one I had quite often in a recent

Re: [WSG] dfn and a: Which Order?

2007-04-25 Thread Mordechai Peller
Patrick H. Lauke wrote: In those situations, I always try to reason it out loud to myself... In your example: is this the defining instance of a link, or are you linking a defining instance? I'd think the latter. in your case. My thoughts paralleled that, though your vocalization would

[WSG] RE: digest for wsg@webstandardsgroup.org

2007-04-25 Thread Chris Skene
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[WSG] commenting javascript in script tags

2007-04-25 Thread Andrew Harris
'morning all, It is common and often recommended practice to comment javascript placed in a document. script type=text/javascript language=javascript !-- myVariable = 'woo'; // -- /script The reason cited is that 'very old browsers' that do not understand the script tag may print the

Re: [WSG] commenting javascript in script tags

2007-04-25 Thread Patrick H. Lauke
Andrew Harris wrote: 'morning all, It is common and often recommended practice to comment javascript placed in a document. ... While I'm on the topic - what about the whole ![CDATA[ ... ]] thing? Use external scripts, and you avoid both issues quite elegantly. P -- Patrick H. Lauke

Re: [WSG] commenting javascript in script tags

2007-04-25 Thread Andrew Harris
On 4/26/07, Patrick H. Lauke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Use external scripts, and you avoid both issues quite elegantly. Thanks Patrick - I should point out that this question is mostly in regards to a case where the bulk of the js is an external script. I just need to occasionally insert a