Hiya. I'm working on porting a fairly large site into CityDesk. Parts are easy, parts are workarounds until some of the features I'm hoping 2.0 has are released.
Uhhh, don't you want it to write STRONG and EM?
Err.... you know, I'm not sure. Do <strong> and <em> really render the same as <b> and <i> on every browser so that it won't interfere existing pages that use <b> and <i> ?
strong and em are preferred html. I just checked them with ie6 ns6 and o6. Strong is bold in each. Em is italic in each. Em within strong is bold and italic.
I'm familiar with HTML4, but since we're using browsers around here that are from 1996, I use opera at home (which is the most likely to have done this right) and I know of a half dozen other browsers on various platforms... I guess any browser post, what, 1996 would do this right though... It's one of those things that I think should be like X but until I can comfirm it is I like to err on the side of the old ways.
strong and em are older than B and I. You won't have any problems with them.
heh. really? damn, I should know that.
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