Re: HTML DTD issues

Edward Vielmetti <>
Date: Thu, 19 Nov 1992 10:22:26 -0500 (EST)
From: Edward Vielmetti <>
Subject: Re: HTML DTD issues
To: Dan Connolly <>
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To the extent that we can steal ideas from the DocBook DTD I think we
should!  Talk about getting leverage from existing industry efforts - if
the long run future of WWW is to make it possile to interactively build
books whose chapters live on different sites and that have all of the WWW
hypertext links, we'll have a wonderful outcome.


On Thu, 19 Nov 1992, Dan Connolly wrote:

> 5. What about <HP1> thru <HP5>... should we include them?
> I'd prefer <em>, <tt>, <cite>, ala TeX. Or we could
> go with the O'Reilly/Hal DocBook tags:
> <Emphasis>, <OopsChar>, <wordasword>,<CiteBook>,<Subscript>,
> <Superscript>.