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From "Jason S. Clary" <jcl...@futurefx.com>
Subject Re: Suggested config extention to SSI
Date Fri, 10 Jan 1997 02:04:22 GMT
hmm..  my 3.01 netscape seems to handle it ok now...  but my 3.0 US doesn't do
it right.  Guess they fixed it... 

Does anyone have 3.0 international version handy?  Check
http://www.futurefx.com/imgtest.html

See if that works for you.. You should see two sets of images exactly
touching eachother.


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> From: Howard Fear <hsf@pooh.pageplus.com>
> To: new-httpd@hyperreal.com
> Subject: Re: Suggested config extention to SSI 
> Date: Thursday, January 09, 1997 3:52 PM
> 
> Not to turn this into an HTML help list...
> 
> "Jason S. Clary" writes:
> > Basicly, when putting a series of graphical buttons side by side, msie
> > will put them touching no unless there is an &nbsp;... In netscape, if
> > there are is a physical line break in the HTML it puts a space between
> > them.. this got very annoying for me so I added a <!--#config
> > crlf="off"> directive that does just that, it turns off the returns at
> > the end of the lines...  so you can put your button bar on multiple
> > lines without netscape screwing it up..  
> 
> There's an easier solution to the problem.  Use comments to
> filter the EOL:
> 
>     This is some text that runs<!--
>     -->together.
> 
> produces:
>     This is some text that runstogether.
> 
> I use this extensively when formatting long link references to avoid
> unsightly spaces.
> 
>     <A HREF="http://server//some/vary/long/path/to/page"><!--
>     -->This is the link</A>.
> 
> I've never seen a problem with either Netscape or MSIE (or Mosaic or
> Lynx for that matter).
> 
> --
> Howard Fear      I'm just a country perl hacker Jim.        hsf@pageplus.com
>                     http://www.pageplus.com/~hsf/           hsf@redcape.com

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