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Re: word wrap, paragraph alignment, and html

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  • joelwgold
    Exactly. As a new HTML writer, I m trying to discipline myself in making my markup as legible as possible and that s why I raise the question. I haven t tried
    Message 1 of 4 , Sep 29, 2007
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      Exactly. As a new HTML writer, I'm trying to discipline myself in
      making my markup as legible as possible and that's why I raise the
      question.
      I haven't tried "tidy" yet.
      --- In notetab@yahoogroups.com, "Sheri" <silvermoonwoman@...> wrote:
      >
      > --- In notetab@yahoogroups.com, "joelwgold" <joelgee@> wrote:
      > >
      > > I hope this makes sense, but I am new to html as well as NoteTab Pro
      > > 5.4. It seems natural to use the word wrap function, but when I do
      > > this, I get a first line indent on my paragraphs and then a wrap to
      > > the left edge of the window.
      > > It seems neater, when using the <p> tag, to turn off word wrap and
      > > use autoindent and a hard return to keep my content indented
      > > withing the <p>/</p> tags.
      > > So, here's my question for others using NoteTab Pro 5.4 for html.
      > > Do you turn off word wrap and use hard returns to keep your content
      > > aligned between tags OR is there something that I don't understand
      > > that wraps lines to the same indentation?
      > > I hope this makes sense, but too new to know if I'm asking the right
      > > question correctly.
      > > Thanks.
      > > Joel
      > >
      >
      > Possibly you want to go into NoteTab Options, Document Tab, and
      > uncheck Auto Indent. You would likely also need to use the Document
      > Menu, Document Properties to uncheck it for the current document.
      >
      > Its not necessary to put hard breaks into the document while you're
      > editing it, but you could use HTML Tidy to put them in later. It would
      > be strictly for improving the legibility of your source and wouldn't
      > change how the document looks when rendered in the browser.
      >
      > If you set up HTML Tidy, you can use it from the Tools menu in
      > NoteTab, "Tidy HTML Code".
      >
      > Look for "tidy" in NoteTab's main help file. In addition to improving
      > the legibility of the source, HTML Tidy can also detect errors and
      > warnings.
      >
      > Regards,
      > Sheri
      >
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