[rfc-i] draft-iab-html-rfc-02: references
paul.hoffman at vpnc.org
Sat Feb 27 08:27:27 PST 2016
On 27 Feb 2016, at 1:03, Julian Reschke wrote:
>> If there is at least one <references> element, a "References" section
>> is added to the document, continuing with the next major section
>> number after the last <section>.
>> Each references element will be added to that "References" section as
>> if it were a section itself.
> That doesn't work. For a document that has only one <references>
> element (for instance, just normative references), it will lead to
> unnecessary (and uncommon) nesting.
Why does "unnecessary (and uncommon) nesting" equate to "doesn't work"?
Is that just a value judgement, or is there something technically wrong
with that kind of nesting?
>> <section id="n-references">
>> <h2 id="s-3">
>> <a href="#s-3" class="selfRef">3.</a>
>> <a href="#n-references" class="selfRef">References</a>
>> <section id="n-informative-references">
>> <h3 id="s-3.1">
>> <a href="#s-3.1" class="selfRef">3.1.</a>
>> <a href="#n-informative-references" class="selfRef">
>> Informative References</a></h3>
>> <dl class="reference">...
> This doesn't explain where the ID for the enclosing section comes
Which ID are you referring to? Both of those look pretty clear to me,
but maybe I'm missing something.
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