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list-tags don't always work

by Skeeve (Parson)
on Jun 26, 2003 at 07:29 UTC ( [id://269133]=monkdiscuss: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

I used a Descriptive-List tag in my last reply-post. It looked okay when previewing but awful later.

Why do <dl><dt></dt><dd></dd></dl> not work in replies?

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Re: list-tags don't always work
by krisahoch (Deacon) on Jun 26, 2003 at 10:38 UTC


    Poorly displayed definition lists suspect
    The end tag may be missing
    <dl> <dt>Poorly displayed definition lists suspect</dt> <dd>The end tag may be missing</dd> </dl>
    Update: Added html tags to illustrate

    Kristofer Hoch

    Si vos can lego is, vos es super erudio

      That would have been easy.

      But see for yourself. Here is the code, directly pasted from my post


      matches your field's quotechar at the start of the field
      will "remember" what was matched inside the quotes
      This will match anything in place of the ... and tells the parser that it may apear as often as possible. Even zero times
      will match any character but " and \
      is an alternative. Either the left or the right part has to match
      Will match any "escaped" character
      again your quotechar but now at the end
        That is a good catch. When I posted the comment it was to test your question. This behaviour is surprising. While replying to you, I can see that the definition list is displayed fine. This is really strange.
        Definition list behaviour when viewed within replies.

        Kristofer Hoch

        Si vos can lego is, vos es super erudio

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