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Some concluding remarks of my foray into using SMS for webpage building 1) going back to positioning : the current rtl is based on absolute positioning, which gives pixel perfect rendering in the browser. The default positioning for websites though is usually 'static', which means the browser flows all elements according to its inbuilt rules and element css values. Sometimes it might be advantageous to combine these methods (see #3 below) and I found it is certainly feasable to do so. The following snippet generates a handful of paragraphs, stacked underneath each other, where the
Making multipage websites using Smart, including shopping functions and cc payments, is very feasable. A substantial amount of code though needs to be added to handle scrolling, the browsers back button, fontsizes related to screen size and flowcontrol/responsiveness, among other issues. There are posts on different ways how to tackle these subjects in the forum. The amount of coding it takes made me realise that most of the functions mentioned above above are already present in the browser code. Browsers know how to handle the back-button, are very good at scrolling and are expert in layi