Happy new year to list members!
Now a question. While fighting with subtle, but hard, formatting questions,
mainly found into our source "border of chaos" (t.i. the end of a nsPage
page), I found that many from them can be solved with html/css code; and
I'm using more and more explicit html tags into pages, to test them and to
build user-friendly templates after a thorough testing.
My question is: why precisely the use of explicit html/css tags is
discouraged, in favour of templates? Is there some server issue, or is it
simply a matter of "user-friendly" code politics? I guess, that many users
will get lots of advantages, if they could use more largely html/css, and if
they would be encouraged to go deeper and depper into html/css language
studying excellent tutorials as those of w3c schools.