1071Re: [syndic8] Re: use view-source: URLs
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Julian Bond <julian_bond@...> writes:
> In article <87pu5cdkou.fsf@...>, burton@...Ah... no. I just think it is an accepted convention. AKA a de facto
> >You know that little icon that says "XML"? That should be a view-source icon.
> >This is what we are doing for Reptile.
> This cannot be right, can it? the most common use of this icon at the
> moment, is right click, copy shortcut followed by paste into my
> favourite news reader. If you add "view source:" to the front of the
> url, i'll just have to delete it again. If the xml is served from the
> source with text/xml and I click on it, then my browser should try and
> do something useful with it. Like display it.
> Is "view source:" really in the html4 and xhtml standards?
standard. Every major browser seems to support it.
> This is an issue that is becoming more and more frequent. A link (maybeNah. Everyone is free to create URIs... just they have to prove that they are
> presented with a button) that points at xml instead of http:, mailto:
> etc. It's an issue that should be dealt with by the standards bodies not
> individual implementations.
I see your point though but I don't think it matters here. :)
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