Id-Ego-Superego. Web service that adds ID attributes to HTML and XHTML documents. # 10:56 pm
The Internet Slum (via) I can’t decide if this is pessimistic, realistic or both. # 10:50 pm
’Purple Numbers" show a need for better linking tools (via) He’s right of course, but for granular linking to be useful it has to work in today’s browsers. # 8:26 pm
More Purple Haze. Jonas Luster is tracking the purple numbers discussion. # 8:22 pm
From the comments on my plinks entry, it seems some people are seeing ugly green hash marks all over the place. If that includes you, you need to force-reload my stylesheet to ensure you are getting the copy with the plink hiding styles.
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Ubiquitious Fragment Identifiers. mnot reveals his ID anchors using CSS generated content. # 9:06 am
Via Tim Bray, I came across the concept of Purple Numbers. In a nutshell these are permalinks attached to every paragraph on a page which, to paraphrase Tim, make every paragraph on a page a first-class Web citizen.
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