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[Texmacs-dev] Text width in the webpage

From: Alvaro Tejero Cantero
Subject: [Texmacs-dev] Text width in the webpage
Date: 31 Oct 2003 13:36:44 -0500


I still think lines are too long in the new webpage.

A fast solution is to put some CSS directives in the files. As I do not
know how mature is CSS support in the HTML export filter I just attach a
very small example of how setting margins and enlarging a little bit the
font size would look.

Visit http://www.texmacs.org/tmweb/home/welcome.en.html for comparison.

I have recently read many times that "tables" are not anymore the Right
Way to layout webpages, and that it should be done via CSS in XHTML. I
do not know if this can be done, either. A reference of references: 
http://semiosphere.info/index.phblox is worth seein (change css in the

Also why are there so many nested <p> tags?.

Well, I'm not complaining, I'm sooo happy with the novelties in TeXmacs
(PDF, the web, the markers for invisible content, the ${favourite
version control system here} )...!


Álvaro Tejero Cantero

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