Re: length of html attribute - 05-18-2006 , 03:30 PM
Oliver Block wrote:
declares a maximum length of 65536 characters, which is the largest value
that SGML allows and which comes closest to the 'intended limit' of 'no
If you write a HTML parser, do not implement size limitations. If you are
authoring HTML code, you'll win a prize, if you manage to exceed the 64k
limit with meaningful data...
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Re: length of html attribute - 05-19-2006 , 03:57 AM
Benjamin Niemann wrote:
For metadata embedding, it's (reasonably) common practice to embed
annotations and descriptions as attributes that are lifted from a
Dublin Core (or similar) "pseudo-namespace". These aren't part of valid
HTML, but XML namespacing isn't really available to the web yet and
it's long-established web practice that extra attributes are silently
and safely ignored by user-agents that don't understand them.
Once you're adding annotation or metadata, it's not hard to start
breaking 64k length limits, if you're unaware of the issue.