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Thanks for registering your general agreement, ww. ++

When considering the "<code uni="1">" and "<code uni>" forms, I chose the latter for reasons of brevity and, therefore, esae of use. The W3C Standards (for HTML4) do include examples of this form; for instance, checked and disabled. Your preference for "<code uni="1">" is noted and will be taken into account with other feedback I receive.

Referring back to ambrus' post (Re^4: Approved PM markup?), you'll see that embedded CSS (via the style element or style attributes) will not be allowed, so I won't be proposing "<span style=..." at all. Similarly, from the same post, "<span class=..." within code tags, would allow syntax-highlighting, so that's off the table as well.

Regarding br, that's a modification so I won't be including it in the proposal. I believe if I keep the proposal tight, i.e. just to additions, I'm more likely to get somewhere with this, than I would if I allowed feature-creep. Having said that, should you wish to make a separate proposal, for instance, "allow br inside p blocks but continue to discourage its use as an alternative to using p blocks", I would certainly support that.

-- Ken

In reply to Re^2: Additions to Approved HTML by kcott
in thread Additions to Approved HTML by kcott

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