wrote a response
to my entry about semantically marking up
(and why, when viewing that entry, certain browsers
kept asking users to install Japanese Language support). The comments on
that response spilled over to another entry
about the problem.
Reading the comments is interesting as there doesn't seem to be a real
consensus as towards The Right Thing to do, especially when using romanji
to write Japanese words. Do you use
<SPAN> like I do?
<I> with the
LANG attribute correct?
I think we're still quite a bit away from the semantic
web at this point.
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