rh_whatwg at skuldwyrm.no
Mon Oct 16 10:08:57 PDT 2017
On 2017-10-14 10:13, Michael A. Peters wrote:
> I use TextTrack API but it's documention does not specify that it closes
> open tags within a cue, in fact I'm fairly certain it doesn't because
> some people use it for json and other related none tag related content.
Looking at https://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/track/basics/
it seems JSON can be used, no idea if content type is different or not
> Some errors using the tracks in XML were solved by the innerHTML trick
> where I create a separate html document, append the cue, and then grab
> the innerHTML but that doesn't always work to close tags when html
> entities are part of the cue string.
Mixing XML and HTML is not a good idea. Would it not be easier to have
the server send out proper XML instead of hTML? Valid XML is also valid
HTML (the reverse is not always true).
And if XML and HTML is giving you issues then use JSON instead.
I did not see JSON mentioned in the W3C spec though.
>>> This is problematic when dealing with WebVTT which does not require
>>> tags be
>>> Where it is the biggest problem is when the document is being served as
If a XML document is being served with unclosed tags then it's not valid
XML, so it's no wonder if that then causes issues.
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