[whatwg] <object> element feedback
ian at hixie.ch
Wed Nov 19 18:58:59 PST 2008
On Tue, 6 May 2008, Vlad Alexander (xhtml.com) wrote:
> > Does the NPAPI define a way to submit form data?
> Yes, please see:
> IE, FF and Opera support plug-ins to submit data in a form. And
> XStandard plug-in supports this. For example:
> <object type="application/x-xstandard" name="editor1" width="100%" height="300">
> <param name="Value" value="Hello World" />
> IE, FF and Opera will send "editor1=Hello World" to the server in an
> HTTP POST.
I've added <object> to form submission in HTML5.
> There is a need for a cross-browser technique to install plug-ins. Until
> such a technique is specified, the codebase attribute should not be
It hasn't been removed, it just hasn't been defined yet. Not really sure
how to define it. In IE it's a pointer to native windows code, in HTML4
it's a base URL for resolution of relative URLs... Not sure what to do
with it. Most browsers seem to ignore it.
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