6105Re: [NTO] Common or not so common typographical characters
- Dec 2, 2004These will work, I used them and got a no validate from W3c but, it was
three periods in a row at the same point that is was objecting to, not
as I first thought the $#178 which is what I used. After I found the 3
periods which indicate usually that you are skipping the first part or
the last part of a sentence and using only the part that makes the point
you wish to make. Now the computer has just developed a thing to change
the fonts and font size in the middle of the road. I did not do this
myself, at least not intentionally. Wow just look at what this ing is
doing. What is going on here???
David Smart wrote:
> The other option is to use HTML "entities" for them. E.g. ² or
> ² for superscript two. An extensive list is at
> http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_entitiesref.asp and other web sites.
> Dave S
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