Re: [webloggerusergroup] standards (was: What's Next - A fight... pffff)
- Hey you know what would be a cool Blogger/Live Journal/Manilla add on...?
The default template for a new post! You could put in your basic tags or
whatever, then they would appear in the TEXTAREA or IFRAME when editing a
The thing with blogger not doing XML safe breaks is annoying too and now
that you mention them I remember having to go back and replace them all
with <br /> grrrrrrr! Don't forget to escape & < and the rest in your XML
At 02:37 PM 10/30/2001, you wrote:
>Karl Dubost wrote:
> > * Users
> > - As users, do you want web standards when you know what is it?
>I, for one, would like my tool (blogger) to generate standard code on
>its own. It's actually not to difficult to get blogger to do it, if I
>turn off the "automatic <p> insertion" when I make/edit a post, and
>write in all the markup myself.
>But it would be nice if I could just type in my text and have
><p>blah</p>s inserted for a double line.
>Actually, I probably wouldn't use it now, because I've started storing
>my posts in an xml-like format. But it would be cool if I could
>configure my tool to present me "custom" fields if I decide to use xml.
>For example, one textarea which would go between <content>...</content>
>tags in the template, another small input field which would go between
>I'm of course aware that the technical requirements to give this much
>flexibility to the user might be quite nasty. And we're drifting away
>from the "standards" question.
>So let me repeat: standards compliance of the code generated by my tool
>is important to me.
>what about everybody else?
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