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In the highlighted text attached, the furigana are written after the word and not in brackets as usual. Is this a recent trend that is becoming popular or is it just that the particular site doesn't use certain HTML tags? Or something else maybe?
I've seen this in printed dictionaries and don't think it's a recent trend at all.
It keeps the line spacing even (and tight) and thus saves space (important for dictionaries).