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Re: White space

From: Cristiano Guglielmetti <cguglielmetti@alice.it>
Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2007 23:34:19 +0200
Message-ID: <46F0445B.7010107@alice.it>
To: Niklas Hallgren/ Wide Circle <niklas@widecircle.se>
CC: www-amaya@w3.org

Why you don't edit directly the xhtml code in Amaya, so you will have:

<p>test text first row<br />test text second row</p>

save it, it is continuous and its rendering works well

of course Amaya formats it again like:

<p>test text first row<br />
test text second row</p>

next time you modify and save the page.

Cristiano Guglielmetti
http://www.webalice.it/cguglielmetti


Niklas Hallgren/ Wide Circle ha scritto:
> Hi my name is Niklas.
> I work most of the time in flash.
> Iím using xhtml tables for content in flash.
> I need a specific code format for them to render correctly in flash.
> Let me explain...
> 
> Lets say that I have this code:
> 
> ďMy text<br />
> the rest of the text.Ē
> Amaya is breaking these lines up when it comes to the format of the code 
> but what I need is to have a continuos flow of the code.
> In for example Dreamweaver there is some settings for the code format so 
> that you can set up the break tag so that the format of the code isnít 
> breaking it upĖ is there anything similar in Amaya?
> Iíve looked in Amaya but I havenít find anything similar.
> 
>  
> 
> All the best Niklas Hallgren
> 
> Wide Circle
> 
> www.widecircle..se
> 
>  
> 
> 
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