Don’t call me DOM

3 October 2007

DOM Childnode

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As announced to my team mates a while ago…

<dom_bene healthy='yes' happy='very' tired="very">
   <mathias start="20070913T043100Z" weight="3.265kg" cute="mostintheworld" healthy="yes" />
</dom_bene>

(and also the reason why I may have been a bit less responsive over the two past weeks…)

4 Responses to “DOM Childnode”

  1. Matt Says:

    Congratulations Dom!

    (I figured you’d want at least one response that wasn’t a geek joke)

    -M

  2. Dave Says:

    Hi There,

    I visited your blog from my iPhone to see how it works for mobile. Renders “OK” for most part. The following text goes outside your main border and it looks a little wierd / unsightly.

    orld” healthy=”yes” />

  3. Dave Says:

    Hi There,

    I visited your blog from my iPhone to see how it works for mobile. Renders “OK” for most part. The following text goes outside your main border and it looks a little wierd / unsightly.

    orld” healthy=”yes” />

  4. Dave Says:

    Hi There,

    I visited your blog from my iPhone to see how it works for mobile. Renders “OK” for most part. The following text goes outside your main border and it looks a little wierd / unsightly.

    orld” healthy=”yes” …

Picture of Dominique Hazael-MassieuxDominique Hazaël-Massieux (dom@w3.org) is part of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Staff; his interests cover a number of Web technologies, as well as the usage of open source software in a distributed work environment.