Re: layout of web pages
[Nicol_s Lichtmaier] wrote:
> > Exactly. In fact, Netscape's handling of heading and paragraphs is
> > atrocious. Maybe it inherited the foolishness from Mosaic - I can't
> > remember. The point, anyway, is that <p> should be thought of as 'put space
> > here'.
> > Personally, I think we should aim for properly paired <p>...</p> tags in
> > pages we produce. Mine do, mostly.
> There's absolutelly no reason for doing so. You aren't following the
> stamdard more closely with that.
> What should only be needed is to use <p> at the start of paragraphs and not
> at the end, as many people do.
Why not read the HTML 4.0 spec? It says:
9.3.1 Paragraphs: the P element
<!ELEMENT P - O (%inline;)* -- paragraph -->
%attrs; -- %coreattrs, %i18n, %events --
Start tag: required, End tag: optional
So it's optional. I don't use them </P> myself as it is not recommended
by many of the web designers here or in fact in any of the books I've
I must say though that the css stuff is most excellent.
Craig Small VK2XLZ, PGP: AD 8D D8 63 6E BF C3 C7 47 41 B1 A2 1F 46 EC 90
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