Greg Van Ullen wrote:
> Hey gang,
> I was wondering if anyone has experience styling line breaks. I'm
> working on styling site built from a back end that isn't being
> developed anymore - it generates <br> tags in places I don't want
> them, say;
> <p><a href="#">blah</a><br> | <a href="#">foo</a><br> | <a
What is it developed in? If it's PHP (which a good majority of them are)
it shouldn't be that hard to modify the code; that, of course if it's
open source. Usually a quick search for the opposing tag will lead you
in the right direction, I mean everything a CMS ouotput's has to be
within an "echo" statement (or equivelent).
Secondly, if it's a bunch of collected information, and not a sentence,
it would be ideal for it to be in a <ul>.
As for the <br /> tags, I have no idea--sorry.
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