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Re: layout of web pages

On 11-Oct-98 Jules Bean wrote:
> --On Sat, Oct 10, 1998 10:32 pm +0200 "Philipp Frauenfelder"
> <pfrauenf@debian.org> wrote: 
> This is a niggle, but we're professionals here.  
> That's not the correct use of the <p> tag.  The <p> tag is a container for a
> paragraph, as in <p>This is a short paragraph</p>.  It should not be used to
> simply insert space like that.
> Two possibilites are - enclose each QA pair in a <p>...</p> pair, or put
> <br>s in between them (<br> is a standalone tag, not a container...).
First off, let me preface this by saying that I've used <P></P> pairs on my
personal web pages from the beginning.

<P> usually puts an extra line so to duplicate the spaceing, we'd probably

However, I always thought that <P> stand-alone was how the paragraph tag was
orginially defined and therefore would be historicly correct...

* http://benham.net/index.html                                     <><  *
* -------------------- * -----BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK----- ---------------*
*    Darren Benham     * Version: 3.1                                   *
*  <gecko@benham.net>  * GCS d+(-) s:+ a29 C++$ UL++>++++ P+++$ L++>++++*
*                      * E? W+++$ N+(-) o? K- w+++$(--) O M-- V- PS--   *
*   Debian Developer   * PE++ Y++ PGP++ t+ 5 X R+ !tv b++++ DI+++ D++   *
*  <gecko@debian.org>  * G++>G+++ e h+ r* y+                            *
* -------------------- * ------END GEEK CODE BLOCK------ ---------------*

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