Torsten Neuer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 28 Sep 1999 09:42:30 +0200
peter karlsson wrote:
> > 2) transSGML will corrupt any URL that uses the traditional URL
> > parameter delimiter by the attempt to translate a non-existing
> > entity which results in a space character, e.g. the URL para-
> > meter "?i=1&p=1" will be truncated to "?i=1".
> If that's found in the HTML code of a web page, it is *correct* behaviour to
> do so.
You're right, if you are referencing HTML 4.0 - but I doubt that
it is correct behaviour for previous versions of HTML - at least
concerning URL encoding.
For compatibility reasons and due to the fact that many people
won't follow entity encoding in URLs, I think that a single am-
persand in an URL (i.e. non-entity) should be treated "as is".
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