How often do you use inline images? <p> wrapper is really useful?
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Thu Mar 6 14:57:15 EST 2014
People still care about XHTML validation? HTML5 has done a much better job of unifying behavior across clients and tools everywhere.
But maybe I misunderstand your point.
> On Mar 5, 2014, at 9:19 AM, Jak Wings <jakwings at gmail.com> wrote:
> Good idea. I have never thought of it. But it is a new element of HTML5, I have a little worry about it. I am not able provide a XHTML mode for it.
> Best regards,
> Jak Wings
>> On 3/5/14, 11:19 AM, Fletcher T. Penney wrote:
>> Do you mean inline images vs <figure>'s?
>> In MultiMarkdown, I started with no changes to Markdown's image
>> approach, but eventually added a feature that an image by itself as a
>> paragraph would be a <figure> rather than an inline image type.
>> I have not surveyed users to see which is used more commonly, but I do
>> get a fair number of questions related to <figures>, and very few
>> related to inline images.
>>> On 3/5/14, 10:18 AM, Jak Wings wrote:
>>> I’m designing my own Markdown-like language. :) I just don’t know how important it is to use inline images. What do you think?
>>> Best regards,
>>> Jak Wings
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