The docs use old <i>, <b> tags, and are not XHTML complaint.
Created attachment 351103 [details] [diff] [review] Readme Patch v1 This simply brings the readme to compliance with the W3C XHTML standard.
Created attachment 351104 [details] [diff] [review] Docs Patch v1 This is a separate patch for the docs, doing much the same thing as above.
Comment on attachment 351103 [details] [diff] [review] Readme Patch v1 Changes of this sort are not worth accepting. Please don't use XHTML unless absolutely necessary for some other reason.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 9 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
Well, if you do not want to update these to XHTML for some reason, then maybe the content should be brought up to date? As configure says, >Apply the patch in bugzilla bug 129216</a>. (If this bug is marked as FIXED, it >probably means there is no need to apply the patch and that these docs are out of >date) That bug is FIXED, so this reference could at least be removed. At least this is what it seems like.
Yes, content fixes are welcome. Please don't mix them up with markup fixes, which are usually unwelcome. Although it probably makes sense to remove these files from version control and put them up on developer.mozilla.org
Bug 470575 is one moving to dmo.
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