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Danny B. wrote:
A small, but important notice about the "German
German way isn't visually bad, but it has one big disadvantage: I am
99 % sure, this rendering can't be done together with correct
semantics. Which means there is no semantically correct or nearly
correct combination of tags and CSS you can use for creating of this
style. That's actually why I threw in my solution proposal, which I
played with for pretty long time during which I faced these problems.
(Some more info coming in following replies.)
In theory it should be possible to put something sensible together like
The border for major sections could also be stuck on that outer <div>.
This should provide the look currently visible on de.wikipedia.org
while still making some kind of sense semantically. Non-CSS browsers
would show the edit link on another line from the header text, but that
hardly seems the end of the world to me. By keeping the link _out_ of
the actual header element, it should be friendlier to screen readers and
anything that extracts the header text.
In theory. ;)
- -- brion vibber (brion @ wikimedia.org
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