[whatwg] Dimension attributes and video
ian at hixie.ch
Wed Feb 25 18:49:18 PST 2009
On Wed, 25 Feb 2009, Boris Zbarsky wrote:
> > With the links functioning, does it make sense?
> Better, yes. It's not obvious what's going on, still, because when I
> click the "width" link my browser shows the relevant part of the
> multipage spec, with the window top positioned at about the heading for
> section 4.8.16 (because the window is taller than all of section
> 4.8.17). Using some styling to highlight the target would be awfully
> nice. ;)
I added some bottom margin to address this. I'll look into some :target
styling at some point, but the problem is that the targets are often small
<code> elements or whatnot and thus not always obvious even with styling.
> > > This would all be more readable if there were a section for each
> > > attribute involved (or a single section for width+height if that
> > > makes more sense) that somehow set off the attribute name and then
> > > what it does.
> > Yeah, I've considered doing that. The problem is that it doesn't
> > always really fit with the conforming criteria. Sometimes I have to
> > define an attribute two or three times with different requirements
> > based on the value of another attribute, for example.
> Hmm. I'd say do it for easy cases, then think about the hard ones,
> honestly.... But ok.
I'll think about it some more. It might make sense to do this for some
elements and not others, indeed.
> > I've tried to make it clearer. Is that better?
> I'm not sure what you've changed, honestly. It looks about the same to
> me... It might make sense to say something like "for the document to be
> conforming" or something for most of this section? Or otherwise
> separate the author and UA requirements here.
I added "Author requirements:" and "User agent requirements:" labels. Did
they not show up?
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