Markup languages are useful for adding structure to text, such as with XML. Unfortunately, it's just too much to add a bunch of opening and closing tags for every little thing. Especially for text formatting. HTML 1 already taught us that.
Hi folks, I'm making a desktop application with Python (and wxPython). The application is going to have a part that allows the user to choose a location from a map. OpenStreetMap seems good for this purpose. I found the following example from http://www.free-map.org.uk/course/osm/openlayers.xhtml
<html> <head> <title>OpenLayers Example</title>
Infographics are a challenge to present in a responsive website (or, really, any context where the container could be any width).
Symbolic names instead of filenames allows files to be moved without breaking links.
Templates allow easy customization of each page, and a fast change of the layout.
By defining your own tags, you can structure your documents better.
Beginners can use given templates and do not have to use any markup language at all.
Experts can write their own Perl macros in order to get access to metadata and more flexibility.
Many tedious tasks, such as inserting the image size, making a list of links or a site map, are handled automatically.