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  • On 17/03/2015 11:53, redpondranch@^$1 [ntb-html] wrote: > > I'm a bit of a novice at html, but learning fast. What I would like > to do is create side-by-side columns, with borders, as newspaper > clippings might work. I have been using the table wizard to create a > three-column, one row table, and inserting my text in the first and > third columns, leaving the center column blank...
    Marcelo Bastos Mar 17, 2015
  • On 20/01/2015 18:02, Axel Berger Axel@^$1 [ntb-html] wrote: > "'John Shotsky' jshotsky@^$2 [ntb-html]" wrote: >> assume it has to do with code page behavior between different nations. >> I've never seen a break at a forward slash. > 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...
    Marcelo Bastos Jan 20, 2015
  • On 17/01/2015 00:17, Axel Berger Axel@^$1 [ntb-html] wrote: > 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 worse by the sentence ending after the 2, making the next line > begin with "2. ". > > Is there anything in HTML to bind things together and prevent them...
    Marcelo Bastos Jan 16, 2015
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  • On 16/11/2014 10:59, 'John Shotsky' jshotsky@^$1 [ntb-html] wrote: > I don't WANT to open the file as utf8 in a plain text editor that has > no Unicode in it. I don't WANT it to be html at all. I want the text > file that happens to have html text in it to open at the code page I > specify, not on the command line, but in a clip command. I can open a > .txt file that has the exact...
    Marcelo Bastos Nov 16, 2014
  • Interviewed by CNN on 14/08/2014 11:27, Axel Berger Axel@^$1 [ntb-html] told the world: > By default the CITE attribute (not tag) as in > Peace in our time > does nothing. I had hoped to find something in CSS to make it behave like > the TITLE attribute, i.e. pop up the content while hovering over the > element. > > Am I overlooking something or is this really impossible? > > The...
    Marcelo Bastos Aug 14, 2014
  • Interviewed by CNN on 29/03/2014 12:59, Adrien Verlee told the world: > For footnotes I use: > [1] This code is for IN the text. And: > [1] This is the footnote at the end of the > text, so the reader can go back. > > Someone points me out that this code is deprecated for XHTML strict 1.1 > But I use XHTML transitional 1.0 (This should, due to external factors). > > He suggesting...
    Marcelo Bastos Mar 29, 2014
  • Interviewed by CNN on 19/01/2014 12:27, Mike Breiding - Morgantown WV told the world: > Greetings, > I am trying to adjust the size of the weather sticker on this page: > http://epicroadtrips.us/2014/az/temp/ > > I added: > and changed the original SPAN width from 350 to 250px but this does has > no effect. > > Any ideas? Well, as Margaret explained, setting the width of the...
    Marcelo Bastos Jan 19, 2014
  • Interviewed by CNN on 21/11/2013 16:40, Axel Berger told the world: > Margaret Peloquin wrote: >> You can float anything provided it is in a > DON'T! NEVER even contemplate it. HTML is designed to be sematic > language from the ground up. HTML tags tell *what something is*, not how > it looks. The look is determined by the reader and his browser. You and > your CSS can make...
    Marcelo Bastos Nov 21, 2013
  • Interviewed by CNN on 21/11/2013 09:11, Ray Shapp told the world: > > > The tag is supported in Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, > Opera, Chrome, and Safari. > > *Note:* Internet Explorer 8 and earlier versions, do not support the > tag. > > Is this comment incorrect? > No, this is right, I missed that. So, yeah, XP users who are still using IE are going to have problems. That's a lot...
    Marcelo Bastos Nov 21, 2013
  • Interviewed by CNN on 20/11/2013 18:26, Ray Shapp told the world: > > > @Margaret I like the the inline style because I may have multiple > images in some future application. Your example addresses one of my > other concerns, i.e., how to provide a margin between the image and > surrounding text. Thank you. Actually, one of the reasons I prefer _not_ using inline styles is exactly...
    Marcelo Bastos Nov 20, 2013