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- Pawe³ Ga³ecki
April 29, 2005, 7:38 pm
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And lo, Paweł Gałecki didst speak in alt.www.webmaster:
> How can I make sure that when I change the size of the browser's window
> the contents do not wrap?
The technical axiom that nothing is impossible sinisterly implies the
pitfall corollory that nothing is ridiculous.
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On Fri, 29 Apr 2005, Scott Bryce wrote:
> Paweł Gałecki wrote:
> > How can I make sure that when I change the size of the browser's window the
> > contents do not wrap?
> For what reason? In general, this isn't what you want to do. Your reason
> for doing so would suggest the best method.
> <pre>This test won't wrap.</pre>
> But that may not be what you want.
This test won't wrap.
Or (not recommended):
<td>This </td><td>test </td><td>won't </td><td>wrap. </td>
Note that long lines (more than 76 characters if indented or 78 characters
if "<pre>" is used to avoid a two-space left margin) *will* wrap in
lynx, often in the middle of a word if preformatted test or " "
 Except when viewing source, in which case, characters past column 80
are off the right hand edge of the screen completely inaccessible.
 Applies to version 2.7 at least.
">> consider moving away from Front Page...."
">To what? Any suggestions?"
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