[whatwg] Re: HTTP 205 response
ian at hixie.ch
Fri Apr 29 06:25:23 PDT 2005
On Wed, 27 Apr 2005, Boris Zbarsky wrote:
>| ... the document from which the submission initiated (or, if there is a
>| target attribute, the document in the appropriate frame or window) is
>| left in place, and all the form elements in the document are reset ...
> I think it would make more sense to say something more like:
> ... the document in the frame or window targeted by the form submission is
> left in place and all form elements in it are reset ...
> In fact, it may be even clearer to define the term "target document" up
> front in this section and then use it throughout (with links back to the
I'm trying to avoid doing much with the "target" attribute in WF2. It'll
be defined in more depth in WA1.
> Yeah.... Perhaps include a note here anyway indicating that this
> specification is not trying to define behavior of 205 responses in cases
> other than a form submission?
> At this point, though, the spec looks like it would be reasonably
> straightforward to implement interoperably.
> One other drive-by comment:
> Otherwise, how the UA responds to a response
> would be better as:
> Otherwise, how the UA handles a response
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