mikko.rantalainen at peda.net
Tue Jan 9 01:14:53 PST 2007
Øistein E. Andersen wrote:
> Hyphenation does not seem to have been discussed on this list so far, and I think
> it should be.
> General discussion:
>  http://www.w3.org/International/O-HTML-hyphenation.html
> Old proposal:
>  http://www.nada.kth.se/i18n/html/hyph.html
> The proposal  suggests the addition of a new <hyph> element, modelled after
> TeX's \discretionary command (with a possibly superfluous addition), that permits
> to specify which characters to render before/after a line break if the word is broken.
I think I like the style suggested by Mirsad Todorovac . Even though
I'm very familiar with SGML/XML style markup I find this
much harder to understand than this
I would prefer <HYPH choices="..."> instead for the latter case.
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