18. "RE: Beyond Future Imperfect?!"
In response to message #17
Hrm. So that's what it is. Funny how people and help files don't tell you these little things and I'd never seen any evidence of that tag working any other way than what I'd seen.
o_o; Erk... Cascading Style Sheets... Call me weird, but the way I feel about CSS is the way someone defined the word 'Automatic' - more things that can break. I have trouble enough making sure that there's no typoes in my HTML code, which can be compounded by my natural aptitude at making gramatical and spelling errors. Example: ever codded a document in HTML only to discover several nasty gramtical errors that your grammar checker missed and you gotta scrap the HTML version and recode the corrected version and risk making errors again?
^_^;; Oh, nevermind... We're all only human so I guess you have made that mistake before. But you get the idea... I'm an engineer at the core and I stick to the old maxim: Keep It Simple, Stupid. Sorry for coming off like a clueless f-wit; I just use what seems to work.
Anyhow, is there a way to get <p> to put in only one line break instead of two? Is CSS my only option here?
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