[html5] format for html layout

Dale Cruse dale.cruse at gmail.com
Fri Nov 26 08:23:19 PST 2010

First, your message is not really about HTML5 so I'm not convinced this is
the most appropriate place to discuss it.

Second, your approach is interesting but not one I would use. Based on what
you've described, you've taken the appearance layer (CSS) of a page &
assigned that job to the behavior layer (JavaScript). To me that's like
using a screwdriver to put nails in a wall. While you might have some
success with it, it's just not the appropriate tool.

However, I do applaud you for developing a concept & executing it. Always
Dale Cruse
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On Fri, Nov 26, 2010 at 7:50 AM, Vuk Djapic <vjekaarnt at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> Recently I have released javascript library for html layout, which use
> objects with particular properties to specify relations among elements on
> page.
> I write to you, because I think it is innovate way of giving html elements
> dimensions and positions. And as web developer, I know it can be time
> consuming task and I didn't see someone address that problem.
> So one thing is format itself, and the other is javascript implementation,
> which still can be improved, but it works.
> I would appreciate if someone have time to take a look at it and give
> his/her professional opinion, it is open source and maybe worth to get
> public notice.
> You can find everything about it at my website: http://cyberbaza.com/hdims
> Thank you,
> Vuk Djapic
> Disclaimer: I am sorry if this is not right place to post about this
> subject, if so please direct me where to address.
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