Future of meta-indices: site indexing proposal and Perl script firstname.lastname@example.org (Robert S. Thau)
Date: Wed, 23 Mar 1994 22:58:46 --100
From: email@example.com (Robert S. Thau)
To: Multiple recipients of list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Future of meta-indices: site indexing proposal and Perl script
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Date: Wed, 23 Mar 1994 22:30:16 --100
email@example.com (Robert S. Thau) wrote:
> <meta purpose="index,header" name="Keywords"
> value="metaindex, resource discovery, DTD syntax">
>(The last one might be cleaner as <meta purpose="header" purpose="index"...>;
>I did it as a single CDATA string assumed to contain a comma-separated list
>of purposes simply to make it easier to type in manually).
I assume it should still be SGML.
Ah yes, you clipped the part where I said, "not being an SGML adept...".
Then neither of the two syntaxes is
any good. The second isn't even valid SGML. A better way would be to
declare PURPOSE as NAMES. Then it can be a list of names. Attribute
value lists in SGML are written without comma, only white-space
separate the list items.
Lennart Staflin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
You are in a twisty little maze of URLs, all alluring.
This would be, then, <meta purpose="index header" ...>? At any rate, I'll
bow out to your expertise on the details, here...