[ic] css and [page] tags.

John Beima jbeima@reality.palb.com
Tue, 06 Feb 2001 01:28:41 -0700 (MST)

A smart-assed answer would be to learn how to properly code HTML so you don't 
need Style Sheets... But that would just be a late night half tired 
quick responce...

John Beima

Quoting Cameron Germein <cameron.germein@team.eftel.com>:

> after discussing this with one of the denizens of #interchange (hi
> Queticon!), i still never really worked out what the best way of
> approaching
> this is...
> as far as functionality goes, [page][/page] == <A></A> - all except for
> the
> fact you cant specify `CLASS="xxxx"` in a page tag. Which is a bit of a
> problem... :) I've tried using <div>,<span>, specifying on the <p> tag,
> so
> on and so on - but i cannot, no matter what i try, get it to use the
> class
> i'm specifying for the link that is generated by the [page] tags. the
> only
> link it seems i can apply is the default css a.link style - which is
> fine,
> except for when you want to have more than one style applied to elements
> on
> your page :)
> has ANYONE managed to work out the best way around this?
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