Re: [NTB] question about HTML Style Sheets
- Hi Jim,
This ought to keep you busy for a minute or two. :)
>Hi Everybody: I am new to notetab, and to both of these list. theThere should be some at the Clipbook Repository:
>question I have is: Is their any thing in this program of notetab
>that will help me to do html with Style Sheets?
>Because when I look at the clips they ask for the specifying Text
>and Background Values that I would put in my Style Sheets.
Look under the HTML section. Well, here ya go:
You would be better off signing up for the HTML discussion list.
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All the lists are at this page with a very short description of each.
If you sign up for any, please do not post questions about Clips and
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regular expressions and other scripting code should be posted on the
Clips or Scripts lists. HTML should be posted on the HTML list. In
short, please leave the Basic list for the very basic use of NoteTab.
>question 2: Is their a manual for notetab and how to do clips inWould RTF be OK, or would you prefer straight, pure, clean text?
>a text file? You see I am blind, and I like to read manuals in
:) I might be able to get them up today. Will be out all night,
and might not have time to get to it. Do you need both parts,
the regular help and also the Clip help? It is divided into two
files. You can get it in PDF at the NoteTab site on the download
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know) on the Basic list. That is this list. ;)
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Clipbooks), making a Clipbook Library, adding Clips, and editing
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- Actually there is a whole clip library for css called CSS1 which comes with
the standard distribution. I always copy it and rename the copy HCSS1 so it
is right next to the html clip library and easier to go back and forth.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Jody" <av1611@...>
Sent: Wednesday, June 04, 2003 12:40 PM
Subject: Re: [NTB] question about HTML Style Sheets
> Hi Jim,
> This ought to keep you busy for a minute or two. :)
> >Hi Everybody: I am new to notetab, and to both of these list. the
> >question I have is: Is their any thing in this program of notetab
> >that will help me to do html with Style Sheets?
- Hi Don,
>Actually there is a whole clip library for css called CSS1 whichYeppers, in my haste I overlooked them. Thanks for writing back in.
>comes with the standard distribution. I always copy it and
>rename the copy HCSS1 so it is right next to the html clip
>library and easier to go back and forth.
>> This ought to keep you busy for a minute or two. :)Happy Tab'n,
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