in reply to Adding content blocks to a static website

If you don't trust your users to use proper tags for formatting and markup (and you shouldn't), a really good tool is Text::Markup. It has fairly simple and straightforward syntax, and it will make things like links a lot easier for your users than having to write out anchor tags. Also you won't have to worry so much about unclosed <b>s and <i>s messing up your whole page

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