RE: [webloggerusergroup] Blogger question - converting hundreds of posts to XHTML specs
You've nailed it on the head.... I'm asking myself if it's worth the bother
to change all those posts. It's just a matter of changing all the <br> tags
and images I've added within posts to the <img src.... /> ending, that's
all.... but the volume would take a lot of time done individually.
I just wanted to convert the entire site to xhtml 1.0 transitional, that's
all..... guess what you're referring to as the warm fuzzy
feeling....<chuckle> I've done all the other pages and may just leave the
previous posts alone. Seems like far too much effort and I have too many
other things going anyway.
Too bad Blogger will overwrite them if I change them in HomeSite.... it
would have been so fast to do that. I don't know what Blogger does on its
side, though. I didn't think it stored any of the pages.
Ah well. Thanks, Mike!
At 09:19 PM 11/06/2001, you wrote:
>At that point, I've gotta ask, why bother? I mean, is something going to--
>break if you leave old posts in HTML instead of XHTML? Or is this just
>for a warm fuzzy feeling? Or what?
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Shirley Kaiser, SKDesigns [mailto:skaiser1@...]
> > I'm just trying to figure out the most efficient way to
> > change hundreds of
> > posts.... I didn't want to have to change them individually,
> > but I have a
> > feeling I'll have to go that route. Ugh....
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