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SSMPL Part II — Making The Outer Markup Structure Of My Pipedream

In the first part I listed out some things I see as problems with HTML and laid out some planning for doing something about it. Now for our next step I’m going to go ahead and write a document in a way that fixes many of the language issues. We need the language before we address many other problems as MOST of HTML’s real issues are of its poor documentation, painful legalese and confusing mis-use of the English language, and not being an ACTUAL specification. Or at least it isn’t based on my engineering knowledge and definition of the word. We…




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