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Re^3: PM CSS and markup optimizations

by thomas895 (Chaplain)
on Jul 12, 2012 at 21:47 UTC ( #981509=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^2: PM CSS and markup optimizations
in thread PM CSS and markup optimizations

That reads like a list of debug statements. It is not a good practice to emit debug statements in production software.
And yet, everybody does it. Our good friends in PHP-land have plenty of well-known applications that emit debug statements in many places, as well. Of course, they are PHP users, and PHP people have a rather narrow mindset(but that is a different story), so that might be acceptable to them.

Users are here to ask/answer/learn about Perl not focus on the markup for the content that was delivered to them.
Notice how you basically ruined the foundation of your suggestion?

By the way, did you know that you could also shorten the class names on the elements using them? For example, instead of .pmsig, we could make it .pms. Oh, we would save so many kilobytes on long threads!

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[Discipulus]: it hits some read timeouts but reconnect without issues
erix googles incerdibly and finds incredibly (translate is cleverder than I am)
[Discipulus]: found translate only good from or possibly to english.. in any other case i use double way translation

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