Michael Grosberg (Tuesday, 22. February 2011) > what is the significance of adding "acronym" and "quote" tags? > what are they for? they seem to have no influence on the final > output.
<quote> tags are important to set the correct quotation chars. <acronym> tags are used to convert the enclosed text to capital letters, AFAIK (I never did any tests), and add <acronym class="acronym">...</acronym> to the HTML output, which may be used in CSS stylesheets. So right now they are not really important -- it's good style and correct if you use them, but nothing happens if you forget it. > Lastly, how important is the way these files are indented? I always > use tabs, and any editor I'm familiar with uses tabs to indent > lines, while these files seem to use spaces. Is is important to > indent the XML in this way? By convention we use two spaces. Mixing tabs and spaces will make the XML files less readable, especially if someone uses a different editor. Bye, Ulf -- Religionen sind falsche Mittel zur Befriedigung echter Bedürfnisse. -- Karlheinz Deschner
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