Re: layout of web pages
> The specific problem with the <p> tags is that many people misunderstand
> them, and many browsers appear to interpret <p> tags the way that people
> expect them to work (i.e. put some space here) rather than the way they
> should work.
It's amazing to see the Big Companies, with their Big Bucks, ignoring the
standards... why do they do that? The HTML their tools create is really
> For this reason, I recommend the paired form, since that is completely
It's clear to me, I don't need to make it clear to somebody who doesn't
And if you write:
It's clear what the <p>'s are and you are also handling the problem of
broken browsers (`</p><p>' == `<p>*2').
> Of course, I do use omit tags myself - I almost always omit </li> on short
> lists, and </td> in tables. Maybe we need a policy on this. Maybe it
> doesn't matter :-)
It doesn't =).