[whatwg] SRC Vs. HREF

Alexey Feldgendler alexey at feldgendler.ru
Mon Jan 16 22:17:53 PST 2006

On Tue, 17 Jan 2006 06:13:43 +0600, Eugene T.S. Wong  
<lists.eugenetswong at gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm used to thinking of HREF as something that takes me to another place,
> and SRC as something that brings something here.
> Would it be appropriate to allow designers and developers to use SRC in  
> <LINK>? For example:
> <LINK SRC="MyStylesheet.css">
> as opposed to:
> <LINK HREF="MyStylesheet.css">

Some LINK elements "bring something here", like CSS, and some "take you to  
another place". Do you propose to allow interchangeable use of SRC and  
HREF attributes for <LINK> at the author's discretion? I'm afraid it will  
lead to misunderstanding and unneeded diversity.

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