Re: useless <link> elements

On Wed, Sep 15, 2004 at 02:20:58AM -0400, Matthias Clasen wrote:
> The generated html for the GTK+ docs grows with each release - and
> 30%-50% of each page seem to be filled with <link rel="..."> elements in
> the <head> element. I can see that rel="home", rel="up", maybe even
> rel="chapter" and rel="section" can be useful, but why do we need tons
> of <link rel="refentry" > elements ? Mozilla shows them in a huge
> scrolling menu, which is not really useful.
> Therefore I would like to propose getting rid of the rel="refentry"
> links.
I seen no harm in removing those links, so you are welcome to go ahead.

> Regards, Matthias

Geert Stappers
who his opinion is that this project, gtk-doc, needs more communication.

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