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Hi "DL Neil".

I find your argumentation combative and provoking.

I have an ex that has made my life difficult for the last 6 years, blocking
me from seeing my kids, she acts in a similar way.

I don't have the time, energy or the will to bring more of that stuff into
my life, so I won't reply to this type of email.


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ons. 14. aug. 2019, 01.27 skrev DL Neil <PythonList at danceswithmice.info>:

> On 13/08/19 10:54 PM, Morten W. Petersen wrote:
> > I was hoping to avoid testing a lot of different systems, spending time
> > there.
> Sooner or later you have to make a decision - and be responsible for it
> to your clients.
> > So that's why I'm asking here.
> People here are helpful. The more time you put-in, the more inclined
> folk are to help further.
> > I don't need a guide to create a website, maybe a refresher on some
> topics.
> Respectfully, and knowing only the little posted here, this seems an
> under-statement, eg you don't appear know how HTML5 succeeds and exceeds
> XHTML (and has done so for many years). Do you under-estimate how much
> things have developed during the last decade?
> > Ideally I'd want a static site generator that makes it easy and quick to
> > create a website which is pretty, accessible, works across browsers and
> > standards compliant and doesn't freeze the browser on a low-end phone.
> In, XHTML???
> This stuff is not straight-forward. Neither is it Python/a topic for
> this list.
> Whilst I place myself in the 'master' category for HTML5 development and
> cheerfully regard manually knocking-out the likes of an "About Us"
> static page using nothing more than a basic editor as "quick and easy",
> there is no room for such 'purity' and idealism when phones and
> 'responsive' elements enter the picture. "Here be dragons"!
> I'm wary of claiming such a skill-level in Python - particularly given
> its incredibly wide range of application. That side of the process can
> be simple or complex - you choose.
> [this further to comment after next para]
> "Flask" has been mentioned, and over many years Mig has contributed
> numbers of tutorials, videos, articles, and books; which IMHO make it
> easy to understand that package - and most others (in this category). As
> such, I recommend it as a great starting-point, even if that learning
> better-equips you to change to something else later!
> (see also mention in other contributions to this thread)
> > And where it is easy to override using for example plain or template
> > HTML, or extend programmatic features using some plugins or just
> > subclassing.
> Using Python as an 'engine' to generate a web-site, either as a static
> file-set or as part of a web server is relatively trivial. Some of your
> more detailed specs will likely lead you down one or another path. What
> inspiration did you get from reading-up about Flask? Pelican? Other
> suggestions made 'here'? In what way did they not meet the mark?
> > Do you know of a XML DTD for HTML5 by the way?
> See above.
> (How is a web page declared to be HTML5, cf any other format? How does
> one ensure that a web page is 'HTML5-compliant'? How does/can one do
> "pretty" in (X)HTML?)
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