A Modern CSS Reset

http://necolas.github.com/normalize.css/#v1

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Thanks as always Todd. As I am spending my spare time working html5 into my
brain, this type of stuff is helpful – spending part of my time being
curious and learning new things. Of course, spending part of my time
bemoaning FWP’s inconsistent support for many existing html tag structures.

I had gotten it to apply the html small tag only once, and then it was
wrapped in paragraph tags. I never got it to apply again. :frowning:


Ernie Simpson

On Fri, Aug 17, 2012 at 4:47 PM, Todd email@hidden wrote:

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You’re welcome.

Those p tags are a pesky bunch. Frustrating, I know. There are so many
great things about HTML5 (I’m finding new gems every day) that it’s a
shame you have to spend so much time fighting with FW to Just Do It the
way you want.

Todd
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Thanks as always Todd. As I am spending my spare time working html5
into my
brain, this type of stuff is helpful – spending part of my time being
curious and learning new things. Of course, spending part of my time
bemoaning FWP’s inconsistent support for many existing html tag
structures.

I had gotten it to apply the html small tag only once, and then it was
wrapped in paragraph tags. I never got it to apply again. :frowning:


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One of the things I enjoyed so much about discovering HTML/CSS – almost a
decade ago now – was the way it added value to page content both visually
and semantically. And for all the functionality I’ve been able to coax out
of it, Freeway Pro is limited mostly to h tags and p tags, and is less and
less deserving of the Pro name as the years wear on. I still like it, but
it’s like a dog that doesn’t hunt anymore. :frowning:


Ernie Simpson

On Fri, Aug 17, 2012 at 7:33 PM, Todd email@hidden wrote:

You’re welcome.

Those p tags are a pesky bunch. Frustrating, I know. There are so many
great things about HTML5 (I’m finding new gems every day) that it’s a shame
you have to spend so much time fighting with FW to Just Do It the way you
want.

Todd
http://xiiro.com

Ernie Simpson mailto:email@hidden

August 17, 2012 6:25 PM

Thanks as always Todd. As I am spending my spare time working html5 into
my
brain, this type of stuff is helpful – spending part of my time being
curious and learning new things. Of course, spending part of my time
bemoaning FWP’s inconsistent support for many existing html tag
structures.

I had gotten it to apply the html small tag only once, and then it was
wrapped in paragraph tags. I never got it to apply again. :frowning:

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