Re: meta information

"Daniel W. Connolly" <>
Date: Wed, 1 Jun 1994 22:58:47 +0200
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From: "Daniel W. Connolly" <>
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Subject: Re: meta information 
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In message <>, Martijn Koster writes:
>> If you get to the point where you expect other
>> folks to understand the meaning of these idioms, just propose
>> new tags:
>> 	<KEYWORDS>a,b,c,</keywords>
>> 	<description>lkjsdlfkjsldf... </description>
>Well, if you do that and your browser doesn't understand these tags
>the text in between ends up in your document, which is not where
>you want it.

So you're saying current browsers are broken. So what's new?
We can decide (a) we need to fix them, or (b) we can never
have non-empty elements in the HEAD.

I was working under assumption (a). If you choose (b), you
can still write:

	<KEYWORDS words="a,b,c">
	<description text="alsdkfjlkj sldfkj sldf">