FPPs as unordered lists in html July 5, 2004 7:04 PM   Subscribe

Matt, could you make the FPPs be unordered lists in the HTML? I want to be able to use the site with elinks in graphical mode. Just about everything else is kickass, and it loads lightning fast, but all the FPPs end up scrunched together and are very difficult to eyeball-parse. I think this would be a Good Thing, not just for links users, but for general browser cross-compatibility.
posted by bingo to Feature Requests at 7:04 PM (5 comments total)

how about if each post was surrounded with a paragraph tag? That'd put some space between each post.
posted by mathowie (staff) at 10:07 PM on July 5, 2004

I hate to turn serious here but, "elinks in graphical mode"?

Bingo, would you elaborate for us 'out of the loop'.
posted by page404 at 10:10 PM on July 5, 2004

Google is our friend: ELinks.
posted by Tubes at 1:09 PM on July 6, 2004

Yeah, the paragraph tag would work.

Actually, elinks was a typo; I should have said "links -g". Elinks doesn't have graphics capability.
posted by bingo at 5:55 PM on July 6, 2004

...although, as far as that goes, dividing the FPPs with would help for non-graphical browsers, too. The FPPs are all smushed together when viewed with Lynx, as well (although the sidebar stuff, which moves to the top of the page, looks great).
posted by bingo at 5:58 PM on July 6, 2004

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