The OP3FT is holding its 7th Frogans Technology Conference in Paris – and online – on the 14th of June. It’s going to feature “The Frogans Awards,” a contest for the best new Frogans sites on Earth. The deadline for submitting your sites is June 7, 2016 12 p.m. (Paris time) – 10:00 UTC.
In the spirit of this worthy challenge, I’m submiting, here and on the Frogans Awards Mailing List, a Frogans authoring tip each day through June 6th, the day before the submission deadline.
So, with just nine days left before you submit your Fro-creation…
Frogans Tip for Day -9
Grouping your elements
In the FSDL production chain, elements (like <resimage> or <setfont>) are utilized by other elements (like <layer> and <restext>). If an element is going to be repeatedly utilized in different parts of your FSDL document, you might want to write it in a reserved area near the beginning of the document. But if it is going to utilized just once (e.g., a <setfont> will be utilized by a single <restext>) then it might be better to group these elements together.
Check back here tomorrow for the Frogans Tip for Day -8!