First off: I like the Modula Gallery very much. The user interface and the custom post type approach is very neat. Most probably I will go for the ‘Pro’ version very soon. I also do understand that there are good reasons to promote your ‘Pro’ version. As far as I am concerned your ads would reach me as well and as effectively if they were not that loud 😉
Now a more technical question: When looking at the HTML generated by Modula I stumbled over some <style> tags that I suppose have been generated by Modula.
I noticed that Modula Gallery is inserting a <style> tag with content just before the HTML of your gallery. Although it seems to work in IE 11 (and other browsers I have tested) this placement is not ‘pure’ HTML standard. According to the HTMl (5) spec <style> tags are supposed to reside as immediate children either in <head> or in <body> – not in <div> or other child elements of <body>.
What are your plans? Do you intend to ‘clean’ your HTML up with upcoming releases? Or did I make a mistake using Modula Gallery (free version) that leads to the ‘misplacment’ of <style>? Is there a way I can influence the positioning of your <style> tags?
Any thoughts are very much appreciated. As I said: I do like Modula Gallery. (Probably even more with standard placement of <style> tags 😉 )
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