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From Per Einar Ellefsen <>
Subject Re: Content Comments
Date Thu, 18 Apr 2002 11:27:56 GMT
At 13:21 18.04.2002, Stas Bekman wrote:
>Per Einar Ellefsen wrote:
>>At 06:19 18.04.2002, Stas Bekman wrote:
>>>Though a few more comments regarding the quote itself. Since we want it 
>>>to be professional. It should look like:
>>>Mod_perl is more than CGI scripting on steroids. It is a whole new way 
>>>to create dynamic content by utilizing the full power of the Apache web 
>>>server to create stateful sessions, customized user authentication 
>>>systems, smart proxies and much more. Yet, magically, your old CGI 
>>>scripts will continue to work and work very fast indeed. With mod_perl 
>>>you give up nothing and gain so much!
>>>                               -- Lincoln Stein,
>>>                                  author of the popular CGI module and
>>>                                  of Writing Apache Modules in Perl and C
>>I don't know how to do that! <br> clearly doesn't help... Any ideas?
>don't use <br>'s. You cannot know what's the browser's width. You have to 
>either use a table with <td width="50%"> or a stylesheet. But relative 
>stylesheets are sort of broken in many browsers :( go with the table I guess.
>Of course do <br> after the first comma.

I think I see what you mean now. I'll do it soon.

Per Einar Ellefsen

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