Why? What's the difference. I am sure that there is a good
one, but i don't understand why you just say "you should
this!" without explaining why
. Also, if you were a
nitpicker then you would have said "use <em>
tags" instead, because that's the XHTML way (all lower cased
Letsee, i just tested this html:
<p>this is <i>italic</i></p>
<p>this is <em>emphasis</em></p>
<p>this is <tt>teletype</tt></p>
and viewed it with lynx
'rendered' the <i>
tags, but not the <tt>
this is what you were referring to, then yes, i should
switch. But i probably won't. ;)
(the triplet paradiddle with high-hat)
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