[rfc-i] Draft -11 of the v3 format
julian.reschke at gmx.de
Tue Sep 30 09:25:46 PDT 2014
On 2014-09-30 02:09, Paul Hoffman wrote:
> Greetings again. The biggest in this draft is a change to the table model from the previous draft. Based on requests, the current table model is quite close to the model used in HTML 4+. Other changes are aimed at helping the authors of the "how will this look in HTML" spec to have a more consistent document model for the XML vocabulary, particularly around author-generated anchors and automatically-generated identifiers for the various document parts.
In the draft you have a note:
> Should this also have attributes for horizontal alignment, vertical alignment, spanning cells in the row, and spanning cells in a column? These all exist in HTML.
Actually, in HTML5 they are all (or most of them are) obsolete; being
replaced by CSS. However, we can't use that.
Other things we'll need is some minimal control over borders (at least
to the level we had before).
Best regards, Julian
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