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February 16, 2008, 6:10 pm
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Andre Linoge scribed:
The page is working the way html works. What you want could probably be
accomplished by styling the preparation section as position:absolute;, but
unless you know how to handle that correctly, you're asking for trouble.
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- Jukka K. Korpela
February 16, 2008, 7:21 pm
Re: Table+margin question
How about a nice, juicy URL?
Cannot be set in a document - surely not in HTML, and not even in CSS,
since you cannot know the margin settings for the printer. What you can
do is to set a top margin of 2 cm, thereby setting (with the usual CSS
caveats) the _minimum_ spacing on the top. It will appear below the
margin set in printer settings. Or you might make a wild guess that the
printer settings specify a 1 cm margin, so your page could set just an
additional 1 cm.
Pardon? No heading? How does the reader know what the recipe is for?
Doesn't make much sense, really. A recipe should be short, instead of
wasting paper. But you could use CSS positioning if you could guess the
paper size, which you cannot. Not all the world uses A4, you know.
No it shouldn't. It sets a margin, not a distance from the top of a
A single word hardly constitutes a paragraph.
Instructions are usually best presented as numbered lists, <ol>, without
suppressing the numbers. The numbers act as useful hints about a
sequence to be carried out in order, as opposite to a list of
ingredients, which is essentially unordered (i.e., the order does not
Jukka K. Korpela ("Yucca")