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Re^2: (OT) CSS Codes

by Cody Pendant (Prior)
on Jun 07, 2009 at 23:31 UTC ( #769331=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: (OT) CSS Codes
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HTML markup ought to be used for semantics1, and CSS for presentation (and hence, there's generally2 no translation from one to the other)

Something of a strange thing to say, and only makes sense if you ignore the entire history of HTML.

HTML has a <font> element. For many years, in HTML 1, 2 and 3 it was used to set fonts. Now it's deprecated in HTML 4, but it still works and you can translate between the font tag and a CSS font declaration perfectly well.



Nobody says perl looks like line-noise any more
kids today don't know what line-noise IS ...

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Re^3: (OT) CSS Codes
by JavaFan (Canon) on Jun 08, 2009 at 07:45 UTC
    Something of a strange thing to say, and only makes sense if you ignore the entire history of HTML.
    What is it? So eager to post you cannot read further than the line you reply to? Short attention span? Plain stupidity?

    Which words of

    2. Generally I said. Don't bother mentioning the counter examples. I know about them, otherwise, I would have omit the word "generally".
    are too difficult for you to understand?
      I don't know why you're being so rude. You're clearly wrong, generally as well as specifically. I'm not talking about a few edge-cases or exceptions, I'm talking about a massive difference between versions of languages. Would you say that you can't do object-oriented code in perl, "generally", and tell me not to bother you with the counter example of perl 5?


      Nobody says perl looks like line-noise any more
      kids today don't know what line-noise IS ...

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[ambrus]: Also, I was wrong, apparently you have to support both periodic and one-shot timers in an AnyEvent backend
[Corion]: ambrus: That looks deceptively simple, but maybe that's simply all that's needed. Which would be great! I hope I get to test it tomorrow, thanks!!
[choroba]: Hm, unrelated question.
[ambrus]: I added a timer implementation to ambrus's scratchpad as well, again the whole thing is completely untested and probably has more bugs than lines
[choroba]: Anyone using anything to validate json contents of a REST service?
[moritz]: choroba in python I use jsonschema
[moritz]: I'm sure there's a Perl implementation of it too
[choroba]: it seems Kelp and similar help you a lot with dispatching, but how to do something similar with contents?

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