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awarded  Yearling
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comment Why do we have to use divs?
I definitely understand that. As a web developer, I still try to minimize anything to produce faster websites and more. I do believe it is a good approach in many aspects, as it is, though.
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comment Why do we have to use divs?
I guess not. But this would just be a different syntax for writing the exact same thing, not improving the concept of <div class=""> by any means. Then again, why define that z:name1 or z/name2 is the HTML tag's class and not its id? And the white-space problem pops up again here. So it would have to be z:"name1 name2" to declare two classes, which pretty much becomes the same thing again.
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comment What to translate in a billingual software
And that is probably the best way to go, in my opinion.
May
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comment Helping someone who is not and never will be a professional programmer write code that is more legible and usable to use and interpret
I've been to that place. I had a boss who used to give me a business card of the client, and asked me to "create a website in a couple of days" for this client (without actually having any other information other than the business card). You may want to consider telling him about your plan to prepare a library, and how this will boost your production, so that you can save up some time.
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answered Why do we have to use divs?
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answered Helping someone who is not and never will be a professional programmer write code that is more legible and usable to use and interpret
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answered What to translate in a billingual software
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answered Should you throw an exception if a method's input values are out of range?
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comment Why is Internet Explorer the only browser to be referred to by version when talking about compatibility?
Thank you. It was my dream to write some bad review for IE 6 somewhere, for quite a few years now :)