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ac0ced6aacd98c2e8779200f8396c932304d5dd7 — Rohan Kumar 10 months ago 68a0528
Article fix: put <body> in backticks

<body> was getting interpreted as an HTML tag instead of text.
1 files changed, 2 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

M content/posts/website-best-practices.md
M content/posts/website-best-practices.md => content/posts/website-best-practices.md +2 -4
@@ 247,10 247,8 @@ down. Use your judgement.
5.  Test in textual browsers: lynx, links, w3m, edbrowse, EWW, etc.
6.  Read the (prettified/indented) HTML source itself and parse it with your brain.
    See if anything seems illogical or unnecessary. Imagine giving someone a printout
    of your page's
    <body>
    along with a whiteboard. If they have a basic knowledge of HTML tags, would they
    be able to draw something resembling your website?
    of your page's `<body>` along with a whiteboard. If they have a basic knowledge
    of HTML tags, would they be able to draw something resembling your website?
7.  Test on something ridiculous: try your old e-reader's embedded browser, combine
    an HTML-to-EPUB converter and an EPUB-to-PDF converter, or stack multiple
    article-extraction utilities on top of each other. Be creative and enjoy breaking