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Thu, 21 Aug 2014 10:09:23 +0200
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:29.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/29.0 SeaMonkey/2.26.1
page and so also contains (part of) the content. So, probably, even the
rel="license" is fine, but I think the data-jslicense is a very nice solution!
My worry, now is that it's not backward-compatible with all currently
match both rel="jslicense" and data-jslicense="1".
Maybe an update of the fsf pages, with a note about HTML5 validation would
be nice too.
I'm happy to be able to have free and standard-compliant software: no one can
Thank you very much for your consideration,
Il 21/08/2014 03:40, Nik Nyby ha scritto:
My question is: have you considered this?
Interesting.. I didn't realize that the 'rel="jslicense"' is invalid
HTML following the HTML5 standard.
The 'license' attribute for rel is described in that link as a place to
specify a license for the content of the document, but not the
that would also be going against the standard.
One solution I can think of is to use a data attribute, so the element
would look something like:
What do you think?
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