Re: layout of web pages
>>"Nicolás" == Nicolás Lichtmaier <email@example.com> writes:
>> Personally, I think we should aim for properly paired <p>...</p> tags in
>> pages we produce. Mine do, mostly.
Nicolás> There's absolutelly no reason for doing so. You aren't
Nicolás> following the stamdard more closely with that.
Oh yes, there is a reason. Using omittags to the fullest extent,
one may indeed get rid of a lot of markup, but then as a human, I get
confused (unless I happen to be very familair with the DTD). I, too,
tend not to omit tags at all (after all, that is not a hardship for
me, since I have an intelligent editor). It also makes the
indentation prettier (and easier to scan) that way, for humans.
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