> I don't know, but there is a very odd mixture of markup
> in your document, and it is also not at all clear to me
> what role "a shell script" has to play in this (f you're
> producing HTML, why not either an HTML editor or a text
> editor ?).
I wanted to get a list of headlines and paragraphs with selected
Google fonts. Up to my knowledge, it is not possible to do a loop in
html but it is doable in bash.
> The oddnesses are the markup are :
> 1) No DOCTYPE
> 2) XHTML notation "/>" at "<meta ... />"
> 3) HTML notation ">" at "<link ... >"
I fixed these and validated with the W3C validator, thanks for the reminder.
> 4) Legacy notation at "<style ... <!--"
What is the up-to-date notation for an inlined style sheet?
The problem was something else, I omitted to tell the Google api to
download latin extended:
should have been used as here:
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"
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