D: there's a full set of tags around every link - not too hard to parse, I guess?
This is for the Checkpoint 10.5 [w3.org] - using only space make it harder to differentiate links when the stylesheet is off.
J: labelling makes the form more accessible - but many people don't even use "correct" names for form fields - (e.g. TEmail) but some random names to get rid of spammers. This seems to be a hard-to-resolve conflict of interest. Could we find somthing that helps in both aspects?
To take encyclo's example: <h4><label for="TEmail">Your email address</label></h4> <p><input type="text" name="TEmail" id="TEmail" size="35" maxlength="40"></p>
The label uses the for="" and matches it against the form field id="" so you could have: