[whatwg] <comment> and <ad> elements
shaun at astromultimedia.com
Sun Sep 4 15:21:51 PDT 2011
On 2011-09-05 7:56 AM, Shaun Moss wrote:
> I like your thinking about the possibility of a comment being about
> another web page, or about an item on that web page. It could have 3
> basic forms:
> <comment for="#id"> to refer to an item on the same page, e.g. an
> article or blog post.
> <comment for="url"> to refer to another web page.
> <comment for="url#id"> to refer to an item (article or similar) on
> another web page.
Actually, now that I think about it, these forms don't really work. For
starters, there should not be a '#' preceding the id of the related
item, for consistency with the "for" attribute as used elsewhere (e.g.
More importantly, there is probably no need for the value of the "for"
attribute to be a URL. In any situation where a comment is about another
web page, a link will be present on the page that the <comment> can
reference. So the form in this case would be:
<a id="link-id" href="http://example.com">Example website</a>
This website has a lot of great resources and ideas.
Hence the only valid usage for the "for" attribute would be as with
<label>, i.e. for="id".
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