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February 2005 - quick experiment

Anne wrote on 2005/02/02:
Although it is a quick experiment. Adding a HTML 4.0 DOCTYPE and some required elements as well as a list would be trivial, no?

Milo wrote on 2005/02/02:
Adding an HTML 4.0 DOCTYPE would be tricky, since it's been ages since I've added one of those and can't be bothered to look for it.

On the other hand, copying the XHTML 1.1 DOCTYPE over from my main template was pretty easy.

Milo wrote on 2005/02/02:
Whaddayaknow, has also switched to nested <em>-tags, but their stylesheet is kinda scary:

ul.heatmap em em { font-size:11px }
ul.heatmap em em em { font-size:12px }
ul.heatmap em em em em { font-size:13px }
ul.heatmap em em em em em { font-size:14px }
ul.heatmap em em em em em em { font-size:15px }
ul.heatmap em em em em em em em { font-size:16px }
and so on...

I prefer my
em { font-size: 1.15em; }

huphtur wrote on 2005/02/05:
did ya see this milov?

Anne wrote on 2005/02/07:
Ah, but for the XHTML update you needed to do even more tricky things. Like adding a couple of tags :-)

Milo wrote on 2005/02/07:
The trickiness of adding tags is negligible to the trickyness of adding DOCTYPEs, imho. I don't have to think when doing the former :)