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Re: Proper nesting of HTML to be enforced

by Abigail-II (Bishop)
on Feb 03, 2004 at 11:40 UTC ( #326170=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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Maybe we could make even Abigail happy about the site design ;)
Hmmm? You mean posting in POD or plain text?


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Re: Re: Proper nesting of HTML to be enforced
by allolex (Curate) on Feb 03, 2004 at 11:59 UTC

    I suppose it would be fairly easy to support posting in plain text. Maybe adding something like <code> tags, but for text. Of course it's really nice to be able to download the code bits and leave the description. I have noticed that some people just post commented code on occasion.

    Now supporting POD would be really interesting. It's been brought up before (by petdance), but no one seems to have followed up on it.


      I'd like to see some cues taken from POD [Re: Convert Text to HTML Checkbox (POD)].

      As for POD-style mark-up (C<code here>), no, I doubt such will be supported directly by PM any time soon. Feel free to write a POD-to-PerlMonks converter (base it on one of the existing POD-to-HTML converters) and compose in POD, convert, paste in HTML. Feel free to make it reversible. (: Feel free to teach it to cut'n'paste for you (there are already nodes here demonstrating that).

      - tye        

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