Here we go:
1. New INPUT Marks:
As the browser has become the Interface of almost everything( you could
write a editor, database interface or flat file database, rolodex,
calendar...etc, well, I did.) So we could have scrollable bar, just
as the X window's except that we make it an "INPUT" type.
<INPUT TYPE=REALSCOLLBAR NAME=temperature MAX=76.5 MIN=56.3 PRECISION=0.1>
We could have different scale ( real number, integer, natural number
and alphebets.). And we can see the number changed when we scrool along
the bar. Or we could load the "non-numerical value" that we wish to load them.
<INPUT TYPE=SCROLLBAR NAME SRC="filename">
<INPUT TYPE=button ACTION="cgi-bin/do_somthing.cgi>
This is a tag that will be pretty much the same as "submit" input
but it will be standing along without having <FORM></FORM> and of course
it could be used for the new features provided by the netscape 2.0.
adding TARGET window as tag.
Sorry, if it looks too familiar to people who knows Latex or TeX. We could
have placement tag that load the whole block of HTML to the desired
position from that line with upper left corner as (0,0) and positive
for x heading right and positive for the y heading down.
<PLACE X=3in Y=4in >
It is also conceivable that it is good to make it "object oriented".
( but not quiet in the programming sense.) A careful examination should
reveal that many mark has overlapped tags. (e.g. ALIGN) why don' t we
have all the tags on each single mark and see if they works. So I could
have <OPTION SRC="image"> ( I think this is in coming HTML3.0+) and
<OPTION SRC="some urls?! crazy">
Finally, I think uniformity of the marks are important, I don't know if
they are going to name it differently when you have applet for Java and
then something else for the Xscripts...etc. There should be a way
to uniformly name them but with speical tags describing their functinality
and format. ( or maybe we don't need it since server could client
could tell automatically.)
Just a few thoughts.