Re: LI attributes email@example.com
Date: Wed, 21 Sep 94 11:14:00 EDT
To: Multiple recipients of list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: LI attributes
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Daniel W. Connolly writes:
> In message <9409200107.AA08601@sqrex.sq.com>, email@example.com writes:
> >I just noticed that LI doesn't have any attributes.
> >One of the frequently asked questions on netnews is where to get the little
> >coloured spheres people use at list bullets... and put in the attributes
> >to LI:
> ><!ATTLIST LI
> > icon %URL; #IMPLIED -- image for use in place of bullet --
> > label CDATA #IMPLIED -- when you can't show the icon image --
> >This seems to be widely used & currently supported, were the attributes left
> >off by mistake?
> Could you give some details/evidence about this support? Are you
> sure folks aren't doing something like:
> <dt><img src="dot.gif">
This is generally what people are doing. The only browser I know of that
supports <li src="xxx"> is emacs-w3 (and perhaps violaWWW, haven't checked
in a while).