Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 69379
not closing <A NAME="foo"> tags
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:38:03 EDT
When links are created with <A NAME="foo">, they are not
being closed with </A>. For some reason, Mozilla doesn't
like this in conjunction with variablelists, and the
listitems in embedded variablelists are not properly indented.
Adding the </A> formats everything correctly. This only
appears in Mozilla for Linux and Windows. Konqueror, Netscape,
and IE figure out how to parse it correctly. Because
Mozilla does this, it makes some pages incorrectly formated.
Attached is an example SGML file and the HTML output you
can view in Mozilla.
Created attachment 66285 [details]
Sample SGML file
Created attachment 66286 [details]
HTML output from example
I see this.
(FWIW, the XML stylesheets do the right thing.)
Guessing for the moment that it's a DSSSL stylesheet problem rather than an
Does this patch help?
Created attachment 67204 [details]
Reported upstream as
(I've built a package containing this patch and put it here:
~twaugh/tmp/docbook-style-dsssl-1.76-6.noarch.rpm. Let me know if it works or
Yes. The attached version looks like it works to me. Thanks!
Patch applied in docbook-style-dsssl-1.76-6.
Closing this out as it appears to be fixed.
Adding to blocker bug 185483 and also adding IBM confidential group.
Oops. I am sorry for these changes. I searched on the wrong bug list and
mistakenly made these changes. Removing from blocker bug 185483 and also
removing IBM confidential group.