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Re^5: Approved PM markup?

by kcott (Bishop)
on Jun 29, 2015 at 13:23 UTC ( #1132452=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^4: Approved PM markup?
in thread Approved PM markup?

Your points about CSS are all valid - no problem.

I've added a post requesting discussion of allowed HTML: Additions to Approved HTML. What I've posted constitutes what I would have proposed; however, as stated in that post, I think concensus across the Monastery is important. I'll await feedback and then modify as appropriate to form a proposal that most agree on (or can, at least, live with).

As far as syntax-highlighting is concerned, I was really only providing an example contrasting the style element with the style attribute. The example could just as easily have focussed on some other aspect of styling. The script I mentioned doesn't operate on Perl, it's just written in Perl; if interested, see Syntax-highlight Non-Perl Code for HTML. Given your points about CSS, this is now entirely moot (at least with respect to PerlMonks markup).

-- Ken

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