[html5] r4650 - [e] (0) Try to tweak the alt='' text repair requirements to be acceptable to mor [...]

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Thu Feb 4 18:11:07 PST 2010


Author: ianh
Date: 2010-02-04 18:11:05 -0800 (Thu, 04 Feb 2010)
New Revision: 4650

Modified:
   complete.html
   index
   source
Log:
[e] (0) Try to tweak the alt='' text repair requirements to be acceptable to more HTMLWG members. (now with actual proof reading\!)

Modified: complete.html
===================================================================
--- complete.html	2010-02-05 02:03:45 UTC (rev 4649)
+++ complete.html	2010-02-05 02:11:05 UTC (rev 4650)
@@ -18462,18 +18462,18 @@
 
   <p>User agents may always provide the user with the option to
   display any image, or to prevent any image from being
-  displayed. User agents may also apply other heuristics to help the
-  user make sense of the image when the user is unable to make direct
-  use of the image, e.g. due to a visual disability or because they
-  are using a text terminal with no graphics capabilities. Such
-  heuristics could include, for instance, optical character
-  recognition (OCR) of text found within the image.</p>
+  displayed. User agents may also apply heuristics to help the user
+  make use of the image when the user is unable to see it, e.g. due to
+  a visual disability or because they are using a text terminal with
+  no graphics capabilities. Such heuristics could include, for
+  instance, optical character recognition (OCR) of text found within
+  the image.</p>
 
   <p class=warning>While user agents are encouraged to repair cases
   of missing <code title=attr-img-alt><a href=#attr-img-alt>alt</a></code> attributes, authors
   must not rely on such behaviour. <a href=#alt>Requirements for
-  providing text to act as an alternative for images are
-  described in detail below.</a></p>
+  providing text to act as an alternative for images</a> are described
+  in detail below.</p>
 
   <p>The <em>contents</em> of <code><a href=#the-img-element>img</a></code> elements, if any, are
   ignored for the purposes of rendering.</p>

Modified: index
===================================================================
--- index	2010-02-05 02:03:45 UTC (rev 4649)
+++ index	2010-02-05 02:11:05 UTC (rev 4650)
@@ -18361,18 +18361,18 @@
 
   <p>User agents may always provide the user with the option to
   display any image, or to prevent any image from being
-  displayed. User agents may also apply other heuristics to help the
-  user make sense of the image when the user is unable to make direct
-  use of the image, e.g. due to a visual disability or because they
-  are using a text terminal with no graphics capabilities. Such
-  heuristics could include, for instance, optical character
-  recognition (OCR) of text found within the image.</p>
+  displayed. User agents may also apply heuristics to help the user
+  make use of the image when the user is unable to see it, e.g. due to
+  a visual disability or because they are using a text terminal with
+  no graphics capabilities. Such heuristics could include, for
+  instance, optical character recognition (OCR) of text found within
+  the image.</p>
 
   <p class=warning>While user agents are encouraged to repair cases
   of missing <code title=attr-img-alt><a href=#attr-img-alt>alt</a></code> attributes, authors
   must not rely on such behaviour. <a href=#alt>Requirements for
-  providing text to act as an alternative for images are
-  described in detail below.</a></p>
+  providing text to act as an alternative for images</a> are described
+  in detail below.</p>
 
   <p>The <em>contents</em> of <code><a href=#the-img-element>img</a></code> elements, if any, are
   ignored for the purposes of rendering.</p>

Modified: source
===================================================================
--- source	2010-02-05 02:03:45 UTC (rev 4649)
+++ source	2010-02-05 02:11:05 UTC (rev 4650)
@@ -19653,18 +19653,18 @@
 
   <p>User agents may always provide the user with the option to
   display any image, or to prevent any image from being
-  displayed. User agents may also apply other heuristics to help the
-  user make sense of the image when the user is unable to make direct
-  use of the image, e.g. due to a visual disability or because they
-  are using a text terminal with no graphics capabilities. Such
-  heuristics could include, for instance, optical character
-  recognition (OCR) of text found within the image.</p>
+  displayed. User agents may also apply heuristics to help the user
+  make use of the image when the user is unable to see it, e.g. due to
+  a visual disability or because they are using a text terminal with
+  no graphics capabilities. Such heuristics could include, for
+  instance, optical character recognition (OCR) of text found within
+  the image.</p>
 
   <p class="warning">While user agents are encouraged to repair cases
   of missing <code title="attr-img-alt">alt</code> attributes, authors
   must not rely on such behaviour. <a href="#alt">Requirements for
-  providing text to act as an alternative for images</span> are
-  described in detail below.</p>
+  providing text to act as an alternative for images</a> are described
+  in detail below.</p>
 
   <p>The <em>contents</em> of <code>img</code> elements, if any, are
   ignored for the purposes of rendering.</p>



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