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  • Re: display link code by "Tim Rivera" <lists(at)timrivera.com>
    at timrivera com Date Wed 26 Feb 2003 22 37 08 0500 To hwg basics at hwg org References todo View Thread Original Can someone tell me how to write code that can be displayed online i e code that one can copy paste for trading links Hello Lori You ll have to use character entities as Dusty mentioned lt a href quot mypage html quot gt lt img src

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  • Linking to PDF File by "Anthony Romano" <datachem(at)shadow.net>
    10 12 27 0700 To hwg basics at hwg org References Haslam riveraamd todo View Thread Original I know that you can link from one html page to a particular area in another html page But can you link from

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  • Is there a better option than tables for formatting text......? by "Beauford.2002" <beauford.2002(at)rogers.com>
    hwg org todo View Thread Original Hi I have a website that deals mainly with statistics which I have laid out in tables but they are a real pain in butt I spend literally hours trying to get the rows and columns to appear the way I need them and I m sure I ve got so much extra code than is needed trying to accomplish this Is there a

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  • Re: Is there a better option than tables for formatting text......? by "Tim Rivera" <lists(at)timrivera.com>
    2003 00 40 48 0500 To HWG Basics hwg basics at hwg org References p1 todo View Thread Original I have a website that deals mainly with statistics which I have laid out in tables but they are a real pain in butt Is there a better way than doing this or an easy way to make tables work It would be easier for me to answer your question and

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  • Re: superscript characters by "Tim Rivera" <lists(at)timrivera.com>
    13 35 33 0500 To hwg basics at hwg org References dfyh todo View Thread Original character entities such as sup1 However according to the list that I have from my trusty O Reilly book these only go up to 3 Is there something that can be used for numbers higher than that Hello Dusty You can use the HTML element SUP which is not deprecated or CSS sup vertical

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  • Re: superscript characters by "Dusty" <designsbydusty(at)tiadon.com>
    View Thread Original Thanks That worked perfectly Dusty Original Message From Tim Rivera lists at timrivera com To hwg basics at hwg org Sent Sunday March 02 2003 12 35 PM Subject Re superscript characters character entities such as sup1 However according to the list that I have from my trusty O Reilly book these only go up to 3 Is there something that can be used for numbers higher

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  • Tables Again??? by "Beauford.2002" <beauford.2002(at)rogers.com>
    a width of 40 should each cell not be the same width assuming the contents are not wider than 40 or I am doing something wrong here This is in a nested table but from the way I understand it the width of the main table should not affect the width of the inner table but at this point I don t have clue Any insight on this is appreciated

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  • Re: Tables Again??? by "Stephanie Thrasher" <steph(at)omsoft.com>
    items across that have a width of 40 should each cell not be the same width assuming the contents are not wider than 40 or I am doing something wrong here This is in a nested table but from the way I understand it the width of the main table should not affect the width of the inner table but at this point I don t have clue Any insight

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