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  • Re: Newspaper "columns"

    ... That's easy to do, but you need to use CSS for the table borders. The CSS table model is different from the HTML one. With CSS you set the borders

    yastupidhoo 6 days ago
  • Re: Newspaper "columns"

    ... While there is a set of CSS 3 properties that are intended to do multi-column formatting (see https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/columns ), I

    mcbastos 13 days ago
  • Re: Newspaper "columns"

    I am just finishing up a set of 30 web pages that I offered to repair and in fact redesigned from scratch so I could learn CSS. I used this for the columns

    13 days ago
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The ntb-HTML list is for discussion of web authoring and its association with NoteTab text/html editors. Other Fookes Software discussion groups can be signed up for below.



NoteTab is a leading-edge text and HTML editor. Winner of software industry awards since 1998, this application does it all: it easily handles a stack of huge files; lets you format text to your heart's content; does system-wide searches, and multi-line global replacements. It even corrects your spelling mistakes.



The discussion is mainly for making web pages whether it is basic html code or more advanced authoring such as CSS and Java.



Please keep the discussion to NoteTab. Some FTP client software discussion is OK, but you can search the archives for messages about it. You can post NoteTab Clips here too if they are related to HTML coding.

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