Handbook-appearance in Opera
keramida at freebsd.org
Tue Aug 10 00:10:24 UTC 2004
On 2004-08-10 01:43, Hilko Meyer <Hilko.Meyer at gmx.de> wrote:
> I've spotted some some problems in
> And there is another nit. Around "NIS domainname" some tags are missing.
> The other entries are shown bold. If I understand the sgml-code correct,
> the following should fix that.
The rest of the entries are shown in bold because they are "application
names". The string "NIS domainname" is not an application name so it
shouldn't be marked up as one.
> --- chapter.sgml Mon Aug 9 20:21:21 2004
> +++ chapter-mod.sgml Mon Aug 9 20:27:00 2004
> @@ -1195,7 +1195,7 @@
> - <entry>NIS domainname</entry>
> + <entry><application>NIS domainname</application></entry>
> <entry>An NIS master server and all of its clients
> (including its slave servers) have a NIS domainname.
No, please. The semantics of the <application> element should be not
abused just to get a "look and feel that we like". If the rest of the
application names look odd because of their bold font we should probably
consider removing the application tags from the rest instead. A lot of
bold words sprinkled in a seemingly random manner among running text
look worse than something that abuses the <application> element IMHO.
This is, of course, my own personal opinion and should be taken with a
grain of salt ;-)
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