Re: [xsl] The "%" in DTD

Subject: Re: [xsl] The "%" in DTD
From: Peter Flynn <peter@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 16 Jun 2001 21:12:48 +0100
On Sat, 16 Jun 2001, you wrote:
> Tobias Reif wrote:
> > maybe this could be of help too
> >
> This is also wrong in that it calls character references "entities", and,
> as noted, fails to be a reliable reference when used with Netscape 4.x.

It would be more useful if it omitted the stuff about browsers
and concentrated on displaying (with little images) what the
glyph *ought* to be, alongside the numeric value and the raw
code/fontstuff for the browser to display or foul up as it

Using Microsoft Windows font names is usually regarded as rather
poor practice. There should be eight columns: char#ref, icon, and
then the raw code enshrouded in <font> for Times, Helvetica,
Courier, serif, sans-serif, and monospace, so that those whose
browser settings use other default fonts can see them as well as
the three named fonts.


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