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- Richard Cornford
August 9, 2003, 2:44 am
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Netscape 4 had a mechanism for doing this that was dropped in subsequent
versions. It suffers from the problem that it is unclear what is
useful there would have to be a mechanism that would allow the inclusion
of a sensible default value for the attribute. I don't see any such
defaulting mechanism in the script macro syntax on that page.
It might be that making this a reserved syntax is an attempt to stop
people from implementing it in browsers.
values to be dynamically altered by scripts I don't see any need for
this anyway. Better to have the HTML define workable attributes and use
is unavailable (or the required features are not implemented on the
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