This site is now almost completely converted. Externals and contact work now correctly, though I'm not happy with the amount of externals. Unfortunately, I don't have that much time to update everything. I did update the fixed positioning tests. It now has a index and is redirected into a new directory. The older post about it has been updated to point to those new directories. The new directories have been made so there can be placed more (basic) CSS tests and browser results.
My website has been reviewed, apparently some people like the older design better. I think it is a really good review and I hope there will be more. The same person also criticized (by e-mail) that I don't allow
b on my comments. I won't allow them. If I need them or there is use for it, I am going to develop CursiveML and BoldML or combined markup language: StyleML (I don't like this name though).
If you have more free time than me: WaiZilla Web Site. Believe me, that is going to be a killer application!
If I need them or there is use for it, I am going to develop CursiveML and BoldML or combined markup language: StyleML (I don't like this name though).
Isn't that a bit overkill? Why not use the XHTML Inline Presentation Module instead? I know that module also contains other elements, but CursiveML, BoldML and StyleML seem like reinventing the wheel to me.
I don't like
b. They are still allowed in XHTML1.1, but I would like more semantic elements. Since there are a lot of different things that 'should' be styled italic, it would need it's own language. Since nobody is going to use such words on my weblog, I don't need to develop such language.