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[whatwg] WebStandrd for theme

From: narendra sisodiya <narendra.sisodiya@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 3 Nov 2009 14:30:35 +0530
Message-ID: <e3fb97f30911030100p10ce42f3y19c7bfd5a07e3752@mail.gmail.com>
On Tue, Nov 3, 2009 at 2:25 PM, Markus Ernst <derernst at gmx.ch> wrote:
> narendra sisodiya schrieb:
>>
>> On Mon, Nov 2, 2009 at 12:43 PM, Nikita Popov <privat at ni-po.com> wrote:
>>>
>>> narendra sisodiya schrieb:
>>>>
>>>> Many blogging site like posterous has theme editor for their
>>>> blog/website. It is a xml file looks more like html. Following file
>>>> was a long file which I have edited and deleted the unnecessary
>>>> content. I think this is a non-standard way to design theme. Do we
>>>> have any standard to such requirement ? OR we do not need any standard
>>>> at all for such requirement.
>>>>
>>>> PS: I have searched on FBML too. Google says, It is a propri. standard
>>>> of facebook.
>>>
>>> In the document you provided I couldn't find any tag using the
>>> fb-namespace.
>>
>> The deleted content was having fb markups, My concern was more on
>> {{something}} type of things. To me it looks highly non-standard.
>
> Yes. Re-read the next part of Nikitas Answer:
>
>>> All the other things, like {something}, are a typical method to mark up
>>> things to be inserted in Templates. They are processed by a templating
>>> engine. And I really do think that things like this don't belong to HTML,
>>> they are many templating systems, many PHP developers have their own (as
>>> I
>>> do) using markup that's convenient for them.
>
> This means that the {something} type of things are processed by a template
> application on the web server; they will typically be replaced by the
> appropriate HTML output, before the code is sent to the client (your
> browser). Check the source code in the browser to verify this. There is no
> standard for server-side template systems; HTML covers the client side.
Thanks , I got my answer.
Sorry for little noice.
Received on Tuesday, 3 November 2009 01:00:35 UTC

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