[pmwiki-users] nesting divs and tables

Chris Cox ccox at airmail.net
Mon Aug 7 13:21:10 CDT 2006

Andrew Standfield wrote:
> Less verbose. More generic. More like XHTML, so more familiar to the  
> majority of people who will even use it (I'd guess).



Looks pmwiki-ish...

What the heck is:



I'm afraid I'll counter that your example
is the one that seems bizarre.

> Andy Standfield
> http://www.vertigo25.com/
> http://www.ipodnirvana.com/
> On Aug 7, 2006, at 10:59 AM, Patrick R. Michaud wrote:
>>On Mon, Aug 07, 2006 at 09:58:12AM -0700, Andrew Standfield wrote:
>>>Wouldn't an easier solution be to create a more direct mark up that
>>>would not have the auto-completion associated with current markup.
>>>Something like (:div/:) would crate an opening <div> and would need
>>>to be completed with a (:/div:) (creating the </div>).
>>How is this any different from saying that a (:div2:) is to
>>be completed with a (:div2end:)?
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