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I've posted twice now and it seems all formatting just carriage returns, actually, were stripped out creating embarassing-looking posts.
Two arriage returns are on either side of this sentence.
I did not use any html tags. Am I supposed to for carriage returns, or is it this stupid browser?
Re: RE: Site How To
by rgatliff (Sexton) on Feb 10, 2001 at 14:21 UTC
I just did my first post on this site and found in the preview window that I have to add
tags for spacing. Hope it helps..
That is what code tags are for. They make it easy to format
code, and then mark that text so that others can download
RE: RE: Site How To
by AgentM (Curate) on Nov 02, 2000 at 01:30 UTC
You are encouraged to use HTML tags especially such as <p> and <code>. Please use the code tags to surround any code as it is clearly stated in the Site How To. perhaps if you had read it beforehand, you wouldn't be having problems now since HTML parsers ignore newlines.
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