490Re: [NH] Form
- May 24, 2000Hi Grant and Stefan,
>> Try a <center>?Been there, done that. :(
> To reiterate what stefan said---That a browser chooses toI thought that is what its purpose was. ;)
> display BLOCKQUOTE by indenting text is incidental to the
> meaning of the element.
OK, after studying it a bit and seeing how it worked I said to
myself, "Self, you know, this doesn't appear to be as hard as it
looks. Maybe an ignernt hillbilly like you can learn himself
From what I can see is in the definition area (?) that the tags
are defined there and wherever used in the document body it will
render that text as defined like when I took your "strong" and
wrapped Clipbar in it. I saw the same with "em"> So, I see how
that is done. A few questions and I can do my own page - maybe -
haha. Please keep it short and simple if you can. :)
Since "strong" is used and defined as red, how would I use
"strong" to wrap text elsewhere in blue?
What does "center" look like; can I open my Top Style 1.51 Pro
and is there a cheat sheet for this stuff?
What is used in place of <DIR> or <UL>?
Is there an online dictionary like Web-O-Mania for HTML terms?
As far as I am concerned an "element" is what one puts his pot of
grits on and turns on the stove to cook them. ;)
><style type="text/css">I'll take a look see at you XHTML Library.
Got to start working on the next ClipClass lesson now.
Clean-Funnies: click and send...
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