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Re: [Lynx-dev] [Minor suggestion] Lynx should handle link elements conta

From: Walter Ian Kaye
Subject: Re: [Lynx-dev] [Minor suggestion] Lynx should handle link elements containing any block elements
Date: Thu, 17 May 2007 13:42:13 -0700

At 11:32 a -0400 05/17/2007, address@hidden didst inscribe upon an electronic papyrus:

 >>>> 20070515 07:06 -0400, Thomas Dickey >>>>
 As `<a href="#"><p>Foo</p></a>` works, however, there should not be
 any "philosophical" problem to support <div> too, in the normal mode,

I agree with that (generally - I hadn't paid much attention to that
aspect, but didn't _see_ anything in a quick reread last night of
the HTML spec that prohibited that interpretation).
But strictly speaking element "a" contains only in-line text, not block.
Why does paragraph within anchor work?

What about <a href="foo"><div style="display: inline">foo</div></a> ?
That's virtually inline. ;)

I'm trying to make a CSS version of that 'intellitxt' popup ad thing....

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