Re: assorted HTML and SGML questions

lilley (
Mon, 20 Nov 1995 12:39:11 +0000 (GMT)

> Q: ((HTML PRE Containing FORM)) RFC 1866 says this:
> For example, a <PRE> element may contain a <FORM> element, ...
> This doesn't make any sense because it contradicts the DTD given in the
> same document. What's the story here?

Looks like a simple typo that got missed during editing. Should of course

For example, a <FORM> element may contain a <PRE> element, ...

One for the errata sheet. Speaking of which, is it possible to maintain
a current errata sheet for an RFC, or are the only allowed choices:

a) issue a new RFC for each minor error noticed
b) let the errors stand, known only to those who wrote the document
but not to the readers?

Chris Lilley, Technical Author and JISC representative to W3C 
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