[standards-jig] UPDATED: XHTML IM (JEP-0071)
jankowski at bigwhoop.org
Wed Feb 19 17:47:49 UTC 2003
It might be useful to allow clients to send a <style> section within a
<head>, and have these styles apply to all future messages within that
stream, until another one is received. That way, if I DO have a .css file
that I'd like to apply to all of my messages, I can just send it once
instead of with every message.
Why specifically eliminate <strong> and <em>? I would think that it will
be just as easy to allow someone to select 'strong' from a menu as
it would for them to select 'bold'...
Would a compliant client be REQUIRED to apply the styles it received to an
incoming message, or could it allow it's user to define their own styles
to apply to messages?
Just a few thoughts. I'm having trouble seperating a 'document' from a
'message', and trying to bring too much of a webpage into an IM message,
On Wed, 19 Feb 2003, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> I just published version 0.3 of the XHTML IM proposal. I've added even
> more restrictions and simplifications (specifically regarding attributes
> and style properties). Check it out here:
> Any strong feelings from client developers regarding style properties? For
> example, do you think things like background-color are important? That one
> is not in the proposal right now, but it's in the lone example (which I
> copied from the old proposal by Jer and Julian).
> Peter Saint-Andre
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