[Standards-JIG] RFCs in pretty formats

Maciek Niedzielski machekku at uaznia.net
Thu May 25 22:15:08 UTC 2006

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Dave Cridland wrote:
> On Fri May 05 04:18:33 2006, Hal Rottenberg wrote:
>> P.S. Why is it so hard to find RFCs in TOC-hyperlinked format?
> Because the RFC standard format is text, so that's the one you generally
> have to cite, or refer to in most cases. This might be changing - the
> source format is usually xml2rfc, these days, so that might eventually
> get equal status.
> http://zvon.org/ had a good one, but they replaced it with
> http://www.rfc-ref.org/, which is okay, but a little over-hyperlinked.
> (Like, every other word is a hyperlink.)

Since it was "a bit" annoying to me, I decided to take care of my eyes
and wrote a simple user style sheet, which makes the hyperlinks look
more line normal text:

@-moz-document url-prefix(http://www.rfc-ref.org/RFC-TEXTS/) {
 #mainDIV_obsah a {
  font: inherit !important;
  color: #333355 !important;

Works in Firefox (and probably other Mozilla-based browsers). You can
use "Stylish" extension to apply this style.

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Maciek                       A: It's against natural order of reading.
 xmpp:machekku at uaznia.net   Q: Why is that?
 xmpp:machekku at chrome.pl   A: People answering above quoted text.
                          Q: What's the most annoying on newsgroups?
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