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  • tonyt

    (@tonytigerton)



    Adding metadata, inline-style and comments into base text content will not do any good for anyone.

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  • Have you read the documentation? It clearly states why this is necessary…

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    “…why this is necessary…”

    No, it’s not. But what I know, right?

    Such an answer illustrates perfectly the whole disscusion about this disaster.

    tonyt

    (@tonytigerton)

    @stefanullinger
    Yes i have read it and i am aware that this approach is needed to work with Gutenberg, however i am not a fan of the approach.
    I assume that you miss the point i was trying to make with content interfering.

    This is just my review.

    @phoros, @tonyt
    I guess if you want to build higher level websites, some inline-styles here and there are much better then putting everything in a stylesheet. The key point here is to have a good balance between inline and external styles.

    Regarding the metadata / comments: In order to provide good editing capabilities any editor is required to identify modular page components. Otherwise we would just be editing low level markup like we did with the old editor or any other HTML text editor.

    tonyt

    (@tonytigerton)

    @stefanullinger
    I know why this is done but far from the majority of sites have design driven content. But that is a discussion a little too late.

    In-line styling will not be better than external styles from any point where i look at it, but i understand different views on that.

    Inline styles are so easy for those who don’t have a plan. That doesn’t brand all inline style usage but I think it’s the reason page builders are here in the first place and also think that is not a ‘good’ thing. So I always emphasize to cohorts and clients in all areas the benefits of external style sheets AND having a plan to start with. It’s having a box to think outside of.

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