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SSMPL : A Wishful Thinking HTML Replacement Proposal.

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I’ve read a lot of articles the past two decades of folks complaining about how “bad” HTML is. Sadly in most cases it seems to be those complaining loudest are those who never grasped the point of semantic markup. They either think of semantics as how it is for other languages, or don’t think it serves any legitimate purpose.




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Accessibility and Efficiency Consultant, Web Developer, Musician, and just general pain in the arse

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