Re: Netscape's SPACER

> The "display: inline" part in the above examples is there because BR
> is normally a block-level element. One can avoid this annoyance by
> using an inline element, but then an end tag is required:

Is it? Then why is it listed in the Wilbur DTD in the "special" group
of character-level elements, together with FONT, A, APPLET and IMG?


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Received on Wednesday, 17 July 1996 07:32:13 UTC