267 results for "alternate"

  • if you think "alternate stylesheet" is/was a mistaken then make that point
    tantek at 2011-08-10 23:29
  • it has to be defined, but that's the point, because rel values have to be defined anyway, combinations are open to definition, which is what we're doing with "home alternate" because it's useful (has a practical machine-readable use case)
    tantek at 2011-08-10 23:27
  • tantek: Combined processing without expliciting grouping is a bad thing. "home-alternate" gives a combination rel value that's completely unambiguous.
    TabAtkins at 2011-08-10 23:26
  • Similarly, I can imagine situations in which "home stylesheet" make sense. If you throw an "alternate" in there, does it apply to one or the other, or perhaps both?
    TabAtkins at 2011-08-10 23:26
  • tantek: The sole example of interacting rel values is "alternate" and "stylesheet". In every other case, rel values are independent. Thus, "home" and "alternate" shouldn't combine either.
    TabAtkins at 2011-08-10 23:23
  • edited /rel-home (+774) "/* use with rel-alternate */ added FAQ regarding misconception that rel values act independently (since now two smart people have asked the question)"
    Loqi at 2011-08-10 22:56
  • edited /rel-home (+357) "/* use with rel-alternate */ link to an example in the wild for those that want to see/try it perhaps with an implementation, noted possible implementation support"
    Loqi at 2011-08-10 22:04
  • edited /rel-home (+111) "/* use with rel-alternate */ check home in supported browsers"
    Loqi at 2011-08-10 21:36
  • so for the feed readers / indexers *that care*, rel="home alternate" provides a way to distinguish the feed for the *site*
    tantek at 2011-08-10 21:30
  • Hixie, the problem is that rel=alternate type=rss/atom on a permalink page would/should literally mean a feed for *that* page, e.g. a feed of the comments on the post
    tantek at 2011-08-10 21:29
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