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Re: prevent linebreaks? ... I think John was just being a mite cryptic here. I admit, wthout having read Marcelo's reply before I might not have got it, but with that being more than

Axel Berger
Jan 20
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Re: prevent linebreaks? ... Ah! Now it's clear to me that it was Greg that confused me. ;-) Lotta

loro
Jan 20
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Re: prevent linebreaks? No, that's what I wrote, but was not being precise enough in this case. Span doesnÆt do anything by itself, it just provides a handle for a bit of text. There

John Shotsky
Jan 20
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Re: prevent linebreaks? ... Yeah, I missed that, but how strange. The below sentence is all I see in John's email. "That can be handled by wrapping it in a span. Used extensively in

loro
Jan 20
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Re: prevent linebreaks? ... The former. ... Yes, but I'm an extreme backwards compatibility nut and in many very old browsers these pseudocharacters become visible, while from its

Axel Berger
Jan 20
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Re: prevent linebreaks? ... 1. Are you talking about "Classic (Presto) Opera" or the new "Blink Opera?" 2. Yeah, I can understand your reasoning regarding it possibly being

Marcelo Bastos
Jan 20
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Re: prevent linebreaks? ... No, it's not that, but HTML only describes content, visual output is left to the browser to a great degree. Everathing now specified through CSS (and it's

Axel Berger
Jan 20
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Re: prevent linebreaks? Yes, spans don't actually do anything on their own - they are simply a way to identify a piece of text, known as an 'inline' element as opposed to a block

John Shotsky
Jan 20
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Re: prevent linebreaks? Hi Lotta, On 20 Jan 15 16:31 "loro tabbie@... [ntb-html]" ... I think you've missed something. John's "span solution" included using white-space: nowrap.

Greg Chapman
Jan 20
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Re: prevent linebreaks? ... Does a SPAN really help by itself? I don't manage to get a break at a slash in the first place, so I can't test, but a SPAN doesn't stop anything else from

loro
Jan 20
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Re: prevent linebreaks? ... Being an acknoledged backwards-compatibility nut I've gone for the SPAN solution. Contrary to unknown characters that's invisible where not understood.

Axel Berger
Jan 17
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Re: prevent linebreaks? That can be handled by wrapping it in a span. Used extensively in recipes, where fractions occur a lot. Regards, John RecipeTools Web Site:

John Shotsky
Jan 17
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Re: prevent linebreaks? ... Hmmm. Not explicitly, I think (the element was never standardized), but you can insert the U+2060 word joiner (HTML |⁠) between the symbols.

Marcelo Bastos
Jan 16
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prevent linebreaks? In one of my posts I use the term 5/2 and in at least one browser at one window width is gets broken behind the slash, which is terrible. It happens to be made

Axel Berger
Jan 16
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Re: HTML syntax highlighting not working correct If I could send screenshots, I could show you text between tags that is highlighted, as well as tags that are not highlighted. In all cases, the html has no

John Shotsky
Dec 26, 2014
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