Re: The spec evolves...

Edward Vielmetti <>
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To: Dan Connolly <>
Subject: Re: The spec evolves... 
In-reply-to: Your message of Fri, 04 Dec 92 13:11:32.
Date: Fri, 04 Dec 92 17:46:23 EST
From: Edward Vielmetti <>
  4. I added a TEXT attribute to anchor tags. The idea
  is that all <A HREF=...> point to MIME text/* objects. The
  TEXT parameter tells you the subtype, so you don't have
  to zen it from the filename (or so you can override the
  filename.) For example:
  	<A HREF="TheProject.html" TEXT=PLAIN>This is
  		a link to that file treated as a plain text

Is there an SGML reason (apart from a W3 reason) not to also recommend
that we do a
   <A HREF=""
   This is a link to a picture of some fishies.</A>
where the CONTENTTYPE matches the MIME/IANA registry of same?  This
would be a simple enough way to stick in links to graphics.  

  Edward Vielmetti, vice president for research, Msen Inc.
        Msen Inc., 628 Brooks, Ann Arbor MI  48103 +1 313 998 GLOB