Torsten Neuer (email@example.com)
Tue, 13 Jul 1999 08:52:43 +0200
According to Gilles Detillieux:
>According to Geoff Hutchison:
>> Hanno Mueller wrote:
>> > for testing, I just tried ht://dig on my own homepage. It seems that it
>> > does not support client side image maps. Is this a known problem and
>> > already being worked on?
>> I take it you mean the current CVS source... That's a typo:
>> case 22: // area
>> if (attrs["src"])
>> Oops! I guess there are still a few bugs in my HTML rewrite. ;-)
>I think <link> and <area> handling can be merged together. They both use
>href, and both add 1 to the hopcount. Correct?
Depends on what ht://Dig is developing towards. ;-)
I'd rather split things up for correct HTML 4.0 and language support.
<LINK> is somewhat more complex than <AREA> with reagards to language
support. <LINK> adds the "hreflang" attribute to denote the language
of the referred document whereas such an attribute is unknown to <AREA>.
To ease the task of automatically switching between multiple languages
(i.e. stopword lists, dictionaries etc.) in the future it probably will
be better to handle both DTD elements separately.
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