Acronym tag support

If you're using a browser that supports the <acronym> tag, my site now features acronym support. Try to hold your mouse cursor over this text.

Currently I use a text file with all the acronyms in it. Then when all my files are parsed I substitute the acronyms. Yes... I parse all my files. This is due to I'm having one global template which I use on all of my files.

PS: Acronym support aren't in my blog yet. Perhaps I should work on a plugin for Movable Type.

Read more about the acronym tag here:
- The Acronym Tag
- W3C

July 11, 2003 08:28 AM | Posted in Site info


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<acronym title="Cool you can see it!">this text</acronym>

Is not an acronym, but I think you know that. What about <abbr>?

Site icon Comment by Anne van Kesteren at July 11, 2003 11:12 AM | Permalink

Yes I know...

Site icon Comment by Henrik Gemal at July 11, 2003 11:14 AM | Permalink

Is rendering static pages like so 1990'ies; isn't it time to move along ;-)

(( mahler ))

ps. When popping up comments I get an javascript alert...

Site icon Comment by Flemming Mahler at July 11, 2003 08:40 PM | Permalink

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