On 5/13/02 1:51 PM, "Jim Penny" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Mon, May 13, 2002 at 03:32:21PM -0400, Shane Hathaway wrote:
>> Florent Guillaume wrote:
>>> Jim Penny <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>>>> Are you referring to what I call "magic boolean attributes" ?
>>>> Yes, thanks very much, this is very helpful. I see that you could find
>>>> no documentation on this, and got no reply. Is this intended to be a
>>>> permanent feature, or is is experimental?
>>> I'm pretty sure it's permanent, only undocumented.
>> Florent, do you have committer privileges? You can certainly check in
>> documentation of this behavior. You can also add a comment to the Zope
> I will write up something and do the feedback thing in the Zope book.
> It seems to me it should be in both the advanced section and the ZPTRef
> section. Would like a bit of guidance on the Ref writeup, i.e., what
> does ZC want to call it (presumably not magic boolean attributes)?
Boolean HTML Attributes perhaps? From TAL/HTMLTALParser.py ::
BOOLEAN_HTML_ATTRS = [
# List of Boolean attributes in HTML that may be given in
# minimized form (e.g. <img ismap> rather than <img ismap="">)
# From http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/#guidelines (C.10)
"compact", "nowrap", "ismap", "declare", "noshade", "checked",
"disabled", "readonly", "multiple", "selected", "noresize",
You should mention that these only get rendered in the classic HTML way when
a page template is in HTML mode (content type equals 'text/html'), which I
presume is the default.
Jeffrey P Shell
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