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- Posted on
October 9, 2003, 2:47 am
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Well it's not in the HTML 4 spec and that was published almost 6 years ago
but then again I suppose you haven't read it yet have you?
Not in this thread you bloody haven't. I don't usually read your posts
anyway as they are usually crap. I just wondered why someone was posting to
a thread that is almost a month old. I see why, now, the totally
uninformative subject of "validation" caused my newsreader to lump your post
in with that prior thread.
You, sir, should go out and get some education in netiquette.
Sometime around Wed, 8 Oct 2003 22:30:17 -0500, Richard is reported to have
Chances are Richard is older than you (no offense, Richard - rf that is
[this could get confusing!]).
Really? Which specs is that in? I can't find it in HTML4, 3.2 or even 2.
To what, exactly? See my comments above re: age.
Have you? Well I missed it too, then. Considering your entire original
post is quoted here, it must be pretty well hidden, because I still can't
Chapter and verse, please. Hm, lessee (bored, so here
goes)... Not in HTML 4. Not in "ISO HTML". Not in HTML 3.2. Not
in HTML 2.0. You gonna tell me I'll find it in "HTML 1.0"? ;-)
BTW, dunno about this NG, but in many your failure to provide
meaningful contact info (read, e-mail address) is considered
rude. But reading the rest of your post, that's evidently no
concern to you.
I'm sorry. Obviously we must have become temporarily blind
partway through your message, and missed wherever you explained
what the hell you expected a name attribute within IMG to do,
exactly. If you would be so kind as to point out the exact phrase
wherein you illuminated us in this matter, it would be extremely
helpful. A thousand pardons for our poor eyesight.
FWIW, insulting people who attempt to give you helpful input is
not likely to obtain an answer to your puzzle any more
quickly. Courtesy is highly prized (yet distressingly rare) on
1. Use id instead of name
2. Use a more recent version of HTML.
3. Use the image's position within the images array
Depending on various factors two out of those three are problematic is
some browsers. As you like to do you own work I'll let you find out
for yourself which two those are.
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