• Subject: RE: Simple (?) HTML problem
  • From: Don <dr2@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2001 14:31:53 -0500 (EST)



Jon,

I've still got a perpendicular learning curve here, but everything I've
seen so far says you've got to use the &nbsp....I don't think it changes
with xml either....

Don



On Wed, 28 Mar 2001 Jon.Paris@hal.it wrote:

> 
>  >> The only exception is data within the <PRE> tag.
> 
> Yup - that's why I'm using them - seems really stupid though that a tag
> like <CODE> which is designed for the sole purpose of showing code samples
> can't be used for that purpose!
> 
> So is replacing all my blanks with &nbsp the only option?  Or is there some
> way to control the effect of the PRE tag to stop it injecting all this
> extra space?
> 
> 
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