Re: HTML5 and almost no namespaces
> But are the meanings really different? A name is a name. Here's a > better example: > > <book> > <title>Mary Barton</title> > <author> > <nameProfile> > <purpose>legal</purpose> > <givenName>Elizabeth</givenName> > <familyName>Gaskell</familyName> > </nameProfile> > <nameProfile> > <purpose>authorial</purpose> > <title>Mrs.</title> > <familyName>Gaskell</familyName> > </nameProfile> > </author> > </book> > > Here there is genuine ambiguity between the title of a book and the > title of a person. The name profile schema I mentioned in my last > post uses "prefix" instead. But even if it didn't, the context would > disambiguate between book/title and nameProfile/title. This thread seems to be heading towards the nasty style of markup like: <book> <book-title>...</ <book-author> <book-author-name> ... -- Andrew Welch http://andrewjwelch.com
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