[pmwiki-users] RFC: Core candidate offerings
jo at durchholz.org
Sun Apr 2 12:25:16 CDT 2006
Allister Jenks schrieb:
> I'd never really looked at it that way before, but now that I do, I see you
> are right. What <p> really ends up meaning in HTML is 'a chunk of text with
> no embedded block elements'. And of course the whole philosophy behind HTML
> (and which so many users/designers have forgotten over the years) is that it
> is semantic.
Yes, but that semantics is indeed broken. Many <ul>s are really
paragraphs in their own right, but some aren't. If I'm saying that the
HTML standard is
* simply silly,
then that's semantically still a part of the piece of text. In
particular, HTML shouldn't force vertical margins on such a use of <ul>.
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