Today google announced its preferred web style guide. Google did not announced it as its "preferred" styling guide, but I add this adjective to cue you that this guide is not an official guide, as supposed to standards issued by the world wide web consortium.
It is interesting to read the guidelines, particularly for web designers, because these cover front end visible element styling as well as the way in which the designer or front end developer write up the code.
I imagine google is motivated by wits need to process web pages with more ease; after all, they process billions of billions of web pages.
All of their suggestions make sense, like avoid using capital letters inside element tags. But there is suggestion that troubled me:
My left pinky is accustomed to using the tab key to indent code, and in fact, I read clearly indented code with more ease. This made me think of what many anthropologist argued was the primary reason why mathematics did not catch on during the Roman Empire era, roman numerals are clumsy and inneficient.
All and all, this is an informative an brief guide. I suggest reading or at least skimming through it: http://google-styleguide.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/htmlcssguide.xml
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