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From Matt Sergeant <m...@sergeant.org>
Subject Re: sharing microsoft experience
Date Mon, 26 Nov 2001 15:43:24 GMT
On Mon, 26 Nov 2001, Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:

> > Mozilla comes with an editor, and Zope are using this via XUL as part of
> > their CMS interface.
>
> yes, I knew this (even if I heard the project was discontinued) but I
> haven't tried it myself.

Ah, didn't know it was discontinued. See what happens when you're three
months off the 'net :-)

> Matt, do you know if they are able to edit just parts of the content or
> the entire document was turned on for editing?

I'm not sure, I never used it.

> > I doubt they'd start changing their HTML
> > implementation any more than you'd advocate them changing their XML
> > implementation!
>
> ?!? what do you mean? we are not planning to propose a change in their
> HTML implementation, but just to add the ability to turn on editing mode
> on an element level, like IE does.

Well, this is a change to HTML. contentEditable is not a valid HTML or
XHTML attribute. The only way you could do it in a "legal" way is via CSS
extensions. No shock really that MS didn't go the "legal" route.

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