I'm presuming I've completed this, because the code is working on all the current browsers...
James C. on the TEI list suggested that clicking again on a note anchor should hide the note that was shown; look at implementing that. Also, the code uses
offsetTop to position the note; that's probably a bit too loose, so we need to implement the solution from the Devonshire project, using the
findPos() function at the end of this file.
I've gradually evolved a policy for handling XHTML and its mime type. We've determined that there's no reliable way to get good results if you serve XHTML as
application/xml+xhtml, so unfortunately the policy for the moment is to serve them as
text/html using the
xhtml11_compat serializer. See the following posts for more background:
I need to check that EMLS is doing that for all pages, and check that the search works OK on all supported browsers.
The link to the blog was pointing at the old location instead of the current blog URL.
This flummoxed me for ages, until I finally figured out that it's caused by the response header of the page. If the page is server as application/xhtml+xml then Safari presumably considers innerHTML inappropriate, since the page is not HTML. If the page is served as text/html, then it works. This is logical, if rather infuriating. For now, I've set the search page to serve as text/html using the xhtml11_compat serializer. I'll now go and investigate ways to use proper DOM methods rather than innerHTML, which is a non-standard hack in any case (although it's supported by all browsers).
Just posting minutes spent looking at what is completed, and discussing what should be done.
Karin's old stylesheet is still on the site, and is now available as an option in the browser View menu.
Implemented these changes requested by Ray:
Spent a bit of time making minor tweaks for Ray. Added a new task for some stuff which will take a bit longer, and so have to wait till I'm free.
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