GordonRhodes Markup Language (GRML)
gives you control of the web in a way that HTML never could. How? HTML
determines HOW content is displayed in the web browser, while GRML determines
WHAT is displayed in the web browser. The difference, while subtle,
is significant. It means that HTML content is displayed in ONE way only,
while GRML has no limit on the ways a web page is displayed.
Why is displaying web page content more
than one way important? When GRML takes display out of the web page,
the web browser gets to decide how to display the web page. Ultimately,
as the web browser user, you get control of the web page because you
control the web browser. You decide what is seen and what is not. You
decide where you want to see it. You get to edit the web page, insert
and delete, sort, and cut/copy/paste.
What more do you get with control of
the web page? One, you do not have to worry about downloading from a
website. If you decide that something should not be displayed, you do
not have to see it. Two, you significantly limit the chances a web page
has to control the web browser with scripting. It is never fun when
a web page hijacks the web browser using scripting.
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