On Thu, Mar 15, 2001 at 08:32:14AM -0700, Casey Duncan wrote:
> Cyril Elkaim wrote:
> > Hi,
> > The last builds of Mozilla do not accept anymore this kind of HTML tags:
> > <select .... />
> > I have discuss with Moz developers and they say it's not in the standard.
> > So now we must use something like <select ...>. All the other tags must follow
> > the same syntax, of course.
> > The problem with the management interface of Zope is it uses '/>' in many
> > places. So it's not possible to use Moz for creating new objects for example.
> > So should it be possible to do something about it :-)
> > Cyril
> So then Mozilla doesn't support XHTML?? That is where that whole
> trailing slash
> convention is coming from.
Hmm.. I am not sure if the Mozilla people are interpreting this right.
The XHTML spec does say that tags that must have a seperate closing tag
according to the HTML spec (they are not empty, they just don't have
content), are best rendered in XHTML with a closing tag as well.
But, wether or not the Mozilla browser is right in rejecting <select />
and <p />, if the Zope DTML contains such tags, we are not following the
XHTML recommendation and I consider that as a bug. Could you someone file
a Collector issue?
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