Am Sonntag, 1. August 2010 schrub Christopher Curtis:


> but HTML is a decent way to store stylized text.

HTML may be suitable to store basic things like size, font face, color and so 
on, but it's far from typographic needs like manual kerning, …

HTML isn't meant to describe the form of data but the content. In an ideal 
world all form would be defined with CSS. So better stop dreaming of HTML in 
GIMP. The best I can think of is an plugin which takes the text layers, throws 
away all the information it doesn't understand and output the rest as HTML.

> Chris


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