jose puga
souce size
Wed May 16, 2007 05:06 (XFF:

I think NVU can do that,however I only think: I always define the sizes at the style. I do not define the style inside but between <head> and </head> or in a external sheet. It's easier.
<style type="text/css">
/* exemple */
If you need more than one size you can employ classes:
p.aclass,p.bclass and so on. You have to define them first,of course.
Defining the size like that is the only manner you have to know that it appears like you want in all browsers.
I think that's all and I hope I could answer to your problem

  • Re: centering a tableAnonymous, Tue May 15 10:19
    Thanks, Jose, for caring about me. <table style="padding: 3px; background-color: rgb(1,168, 158); width: 96%; margin-left: 2%; margin-right: 2%;"> works properly and it makes sens. I have another... more
    • font-sizejose puga, Wed May 16 11:15
      I had gone to NVU.Open the editor. If you go to FORMAT you can see a list with sizes for the font. Make the download of NVU if you have have not it. It's free!
    • souce size — jose puga, Wed May 16 05:06
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