|Perl: the Markov chain saw|
Re(5): rant on = qw(HTML::Mason Embperl Template etc) ;by stefan k (Curate)
|on Nov 09, 2001 at 19:46 UTC||Need Help??|
While any HTML that displays in any browser can be considered 'good'
Uh, oh, I don't think I can agree with that. To me a 'good' HTML page has a DTD declaration and conforms with that.
I don't necessarily see a lot of designers using that [CSS].
(this is a major HTML designer no-no; if you want pixel-perfect, use PDF)
That is a thing that may be hard to 'sell' to the managers of your company (e.g. when they don't understand much of that silly computer stuff). We tried to do that on our pages <a href="http://www.novelscience.com">.</a> but still some elements (like the navigation bar) should be placed exactly.
There is no golden way. At least to got to keep in mind (and need to really know) what is your target group of people and what are they equipped with.