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* +1 [[User:Pigsonthewing|Andy Mabbett]] - Question: How could we connect the speaker, CITE to what was said, Q, without nesting? Perhaps using FOR, as in form labels:<pre><nowiki><cite for="good">Andy Mabbett</cite> said <q id="good">This is good</q>.</nowiki></pre>On the other hand, if we reverse that we could have a many-to-one relationship:<pre><nowiki><cite id="andy">Andy Mabbett</cite> said <q for="andy">This is good</q></nowiki> and later said <q for="andy">This is better</q>.</nowiki></pre>
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Revision as of 13:33, 6 August 2010

Research, data, use cases, issues, and enhancements related to the HTML5 cite element.

Speaker

The cite element has been used (and recommended to be used) to refer to speakers in a conversation, or individuals when quoting them, thus HTML5 should explicitly permit and encourage this use.

This section serves to document both uses in the wild, and long-standing recommendations/documentations thereof.

Examples in the Wild

Documentation

Opinions

Opinions on whether HTML5 should explicitly permit and encourage use of the cite element to refer to speakers in a conversation, or individuals when quoting them:

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articles

Articles supporting the use of the cite element for marking up speakers:

related

references