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Re^3: Wiki-Style syntax for posting

by blazar (Canon)
on Oct 20, 2008 at 13:15 UTC ( #718220=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^2: Wiki-Style syntax for posting
in thread Wiki-Style syntax for posting

you just need <p> for paragraphs and <code>...</code> for code

I'm replying to you because you're just the first one (from a search POV, top-to-bottom) to point out so, and it's fundamentally true: I would call it the zeroeth-order approximation to the Truth™ ;) Now, to be admittedly fussy and since nobody else seems to have mentioned them yet, I would add that before any other "cosmetic" tag would come PM-specific <readmore> and (to a lesser extent) <spoiler> ones which are sometimes recommended, to define the first-order approximation.

As for the level of strictness at the monastery, I don't have time enough to follow the subthread(s?) that this issue spawned, but as far as I'm concerned I close all tags: indeed I'm pretty much always writing xhtml nowadays, whenever I have to "write *html" that is - I feel more comfortable and psychologically at ease. And it's not tiresome for me in any way. You may check that by inspecting the xml source of my nodes, well at least since some years on...

If you can't understand the incipit, then please check the IPB Campaign.

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