RE: [NTB] Novice
- And html should not be in caps. Since it is a learning experience, it might be good to perform a google search on 'best practices'
for html, because, trust me, you will eventually revisit your early code and convert it to be more 'current' in style. I wrote a
clip library with no function other than to lower case the html tags. It drives me crazy.
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of sisterscape
Sent: Monday, August 05, 2013 17:23
Subject: Re: [NTB] Novice
For starts you need a new tutor. Tables went out of style about 10 years ago and also inline styles including fonts. Keep the
markup simple and style your page with CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) in an external file linked to you page. And as to sizing fonts
. . . take a look at this:
Might be TMI but try to digest it and get up to date on current practices.
And yes you need the full path to the file and to eliminate all spaces in document names. Happy designing!
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From: cmhall46 <hall-j-c@... <mailto:hall-j-c%40uwmail.com> >
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:notetab%40yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Monday, August 5, 2013 12:04 PM
Subject: [NTB] Novice
I built my first web page with notetab free version and used "PageTutor' to learn the ropes.
I downloaded Note Tab Pro and I cannot get my documents to open in this format, which I have always used, below.
I need help on what I am doing wrong. I am 67 years young and need s plan English answer as to why my example below will not open
my doc. anymore.
I have them filed in the same folder as my html page
Please help m
<TABLE BORDER="1" ALIGN="left"
<P ALIGN="left"><FONT COLOR="#000000"><FONT SIZE="5">
<A HREF="Welcome Letter.docx">Welcome Letter</A></TD>
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- John Shotsky wrote:
>And html should not be in caps.Why not if the OP likes it? It can be camel case if that's what's
preferred. XHTML can't, but HTML (including HTML5) can.
Sidenote: Now I write everything in lower case. But I started out
writing element names in upper and attributes in lower case because I
thought it was clearer. I still think it is, but it's faster to type
all lower case.
Regarding the link problem, while the space shouldn't be there, all
(fairly modern) browsers I have mend that mistake, but I don't have
an IE newer than 7, so maybe that's it.
- At 8/6/2013 12:28 PM, Lotta wrote:
>John Shotsky wrote:Actually, I would go a few steps further: I think any language designer that makes variables or keywords case sensitive ought to be burned in hell! SLOWLY!
>>And html should not be in caps.
>Why not if the OP likes it? It can be camel case if that's what's
>preferred. XHTML can't, but HTML (including HTML5) can.
>Sidenote: Now I write everything in lower case. But I started out
>writing element names in upper and attributes in lower case because I
>thought it was clearer. I still think it is, but it's faster to type
>all lower case.
>Regarding the link problem, while the space shouldn't be there, all
>(fairly modern) browsers I have mend that mistake, but I don't have
>an IE newer than 7, so maybe that's it.
I can only guess at the untold man hours lost or bugs caused by unmatched cases in names. And it is totally unnecessary. One can make over 2 BILLION unique 6 character words using only 36 characters. That ought to be enough even for bloatware artists.
While technically the W3C specs calls for encoding spaces and other special characters used in a link, I know of no common or modern browser that would even burp on them - not even IE.