Safari’s reader mode that make CSS and even HTML seem superfluous
More and more users are turning to solutions like Safari’s reader mode that make CSS and even HTML…
David Soth

The problem with this statement is that Safari’s reader mode USES the HTML to determine how best to lay it out in reader mode…HTML is a Markup Language, and thus, the backbone of a page. When done properly, it’s HTML that allows for different apps, or CSS, to take the core content and display it in a way that is meaningful to the user. And, I’d argue that it almost assuredly uses CSS, as well, to display the text, even in its stripped down version…

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