In message <[log in to unmask]>, Olle Jarnefors writes:,
Peter Svanberg writes:
>> - Special markup, as proposed. This should
>> really only done in case where the above
>> two point fail, and then the question is
>> whether we really need this special markup,
>> and how it has to look exactly.
>The important thing is that some markup for hyphenation data is
>included in an HTML standard. It can be made extremely simple
>for browser makers to implement. This markup will be available
>for those who need it, but can be ignored by those content
>providers that think hyphenation is unimportant or use langauges
>for which automatic hyphenation is relatively easy to implement,
>so that widely used web browsers will soon include good
>hyphenation support for these languages.
I think this is right on the mark.