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- From: Paul Prescod <email@example.com>
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- Date: Mon, 17 May 1999 04:36:21 -0500
"Simon St.Laurent" wrote:
> At 06:05 PM 5/16/99 -0500, Paul Prescod wrote:
> >If a processor it sees <MYLINK ... BEHAVIOR="popup()"> how does the
> >processor know which of the many programming language "plugins" it should
> >be passed to?
> Hmm.... I didn't think it'd work quite like that.
I'm trying to show the outer limits of what the current definition allows.
> I figured BEHAVIOR would be an ordinary attribute - say, "popup" instead of
> "popup()", which the style sheet or other app-specific gizmo then converts
> to "popup()" as appropriate, knowing what the context was supposed to be.
> Sort of like a selector for CSS Action Sheets, if they get off the ground.
You probably know this already but: you can use any attribute as a
selector. And if you use your own attribute name then you can namespace it
to avoid accidental name/semantic clashes.
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