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From Astrid Ke├čler <>
Subject Re: svn commit: r106707 - /httpd/httpd/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_proxy_balancer.html.en /httpd/httpd/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_proxy_balancer.xml
Date Sat, 27 Nov 2004 20:26:16 GMT
>>>>>Also that was my original intention (have no idea why I used tables
>>>>>for that).

Because you are on the right way? ;)

>>>>It appears to be tabular data, so a table is the perfect thing to use.
>>>>It clearly states, what these text snippets belong to (table header,
>>>>table data).
>>>OK then :).
>>>But I don't like the <th> entries in the table like you implemented.
>>>The bolded should be the number in the coulumn of the worker that
>>>is currently scheduled (If you wish you can patch that, the patch
>>>is in the attachment).
>> Uuh. I think, you've misunderstood some stuff ;-). You're confusing layout
>> and content a bit.

> Well, I have committed how they should look. They are not real tables,
> but rather p code, only in the table form.

Mladen, I think there is a big misunderstanding about the docs, the
xml-files and the build process. We do _not_ style our documents
graphically when writing the xml documents. We only write content.
Layout is done during the build process. And it is done globally for the
whole domument.

What you did here - with best intention, sure - is trying to force a
specific layout by breaking semantics. Please don't do this. Don't try
to outwit the build process.
If you don't like the layout, then this is worth a discusion. Suggest a
better layout. But please, don't do such tricky things.


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