At 12:57 AM 9/27/2004 +0300, you wrote:
>On Sun, 26 Sep 2004, Mike wrote:
> > If it works - why is it considered bad code?
>If you think it works and you are happy with it, why do you ask us?
For guidance and help and a better method to archive my goals.
>It almost certain that your "H tags" are semantically not headings at all
>and/or your "P tags" are not paragraphs. If you however wish to use such
>constructs, don't be surprised if people suggest more solid approaches.
I have yet to have "more solid approaches" suggested, but I am
sureI will. This is what I am hoping for, not just critics and mockery.
>CSS is difficult enough, especially considering browser bugs and
>deficiencies, even without adding to the confusion by intentionally using
>invalid markup for no good reason.
I do have a "good reason", but apparently it is not clear to you. Does
everyone else on the list feel the same way?
>I have little idea of what you are
>aiming at, but it really seems to me that you just want some background
>images for your headings. Even if those imaged contained text only, it is
>still better to make the background images than text, if their purpose is
>just visual decoration. (As so often, a good criterion is: what would you
>like a speech browser to read, or a search engine to extract, index and
> > I know, that's no excuse for using invalid code, but...
>... you posted just to write such excuses?
If you have to ask, then I have not made my hopes and needs clear - to you
What else can say?
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