Allow ruby markup in comments
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The recommended tags for providing certain types of annotations, or "ruby" text, should be allowed in journal comments.
Full description of the idea
The W3C has a Candidate Recommendation that endorses the use of supplementary markup in HTML and XHTML that enables web authors to create spans of annotative text called ruby. The spec essentially formalizes an internationalization feature that has been present in Internet Explorer since version 5.0.
See the spec at http://www.w3.org/TR/ruby/ for a detailed explanation of ruby and examples of its uses.
Mozilla also supports ruby, but only if you've installed the XHTML Ruby Support XUL app (Google for it) and you are viewing a document that has been served with content type application/xhtml+xml.
Ruby markup is structured such that browsers that do not support it will render the annotations in parentheses, inline with the referenced text.
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