Standards (was: Re: [sword-devel] Web Interface)
Troy A. Griffitts
Wed, 26 Feb 2003 02:00:21 -0700
That sounds reasonable. I'm really looking forward to your ideas. You
did such a good job with improving the look of the old sword website,
it's hard to remember how bad the old one used to be!
Don A. Elbourne Jr. wrote:
> I do not want to be a trouble maker, but was that a "yes" or a "no" to using
> valid markup (X)HTML according to W3c web standards? If yes, what DOCTYPE?
> The only reason I ask is for consistency in development. May I suggest
> structural XHTML 1.0 Transitional. As the New York Public Library online
> Style Guide: http://www.nypl.org/styleguide/index.html
> If "no" its going to be awfully hard to collaborate effectively.
> by grace alone,
> Don A. Elbourne Jr.
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> Subject: Standards (was: Re: [sword-devel] Web Interface)
>>I appreciate the comments on standards. It's clear that we need to do
>>our best to accommodate as many languages and browsers as we can. My
>>hope is to do this and still allow others to turn features on (if they
>>have the support) for a richer user interface.
>>I don't believe further comment on the NEED to (or not to) adhere to
>>standards or support old browsers is necessary.
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