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Appropriate behaviors for <P> and <BR>


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aaandre
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Apr 10, 2003, 7:32 PM

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Appropriate behaviors for <P> and <BR> Can't Post

Ctrl-Enter: <br/>
Enter: <p>

Plus, we need a way to remove the surrounding <p> tags, especially when a paragraph appears after <h1> - <h4>.

I.e., there should be a way to convert

<h1>Home page</h1>
this--> <p>First paragraph with tooo much spacing</p>
<p>Second paragraph with OK spacing</p>

into

<h1>Home page</h1>
this--> First paragraph with just right spacing
<p>Second paragraph with OK spacing</p>

I tried formatremove from v2.03 but it only removes styles, not <p>, <h1> etc.

Ideally, this would be an option in the <h1>....normal menu, called "Unformatted"

Has someone already worked on such a feature?
Yes, I am aware that stylesheets may be edited to display <p> differently after <h1> - <h4> but this would be a hack requiring additional CSS maintenance and not a clean solution.

Cheers
-- Andre


(This post was edited by aaandre on Apr 10, 2003, 7:32 PM)


isNaN
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May 13, 2003, 7:39 AM

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Re: [aaandre] Appropriate behaviors for <P> and <BR> [In reply to] Can't Post

I Believe the <P> tags a re recommended in W3 recommendations. - If it's just he formatting that you object to why not cheat and use CSS? - look here
isNaN

isNaN - I'm A Man!!!

 
 
 


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