2014-08-22 12:38 GMT-03:00 Jaap Karssenberg <jaap.karssenb...@gmail.com>:
> My feeling is that I should roll back and put CSS snippet in the template
> to get more accurate HTML version of the wiki page. However that makes the
> HTML rendering without CSS ugly.
> Compromise would be to make the newline handling an option you can control
> from the template. This could help to make "vanilla" HTML export look
> decent while templates with CSS can set the BR how they want it.
Personally I'd prefer a clean HTML output by default. I don't like the BR
tags, and I don't think that the HTML export should try to replicate any
arbitrary spacing in the wiki text. The HTML would easily turn into a mess.
Most wiki engines and markdown processors ignore whitespace when rendering,
and have a specific tag/syntax for explicitly adding a blank line. Maybe
that's the way to go.
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