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    A nice guide, but after reading your first chapter I skimmed through the rest. Simply because it was hard to read. You should either use forum's formatting tags and contain your text in the post. OR you can create a valid self-containing (all text, css, etc) HTML document with proper formatting for easy reading.
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    Here's what he originally linked to in another thread. This should satisfy your formatting needs, and then some.

    http://home.comcast.net/~fredv4/xhtml/
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    If you check my topic in the Starting Out forum, you'll see that there is formatting -- and a LOT of it. Filbert just said that I had to attach it, not link to it..

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    Looks good with the formatting
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    You can attach it as a zip or HTML file too...
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    Yes, but this file was local on my machine so it made the most sense to use it. :P (Fred formatted it since I got lazy. )

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    Here's the html file with the CSS imbedded in it. Is this ok Dan? If so, if you like I can replace the txt file with it.
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    Yeah, that's fine if you want the HTML version instead.

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    Bah, I had to hack the post. When I replaced it with the htm file, it opened up the txt file that was originally there! When I removed it, it wouldn't let me re-attach the file, so I made a link to the attached file I posted earlier.

    IMHO the htm version is MUCH easier to read, hence, understand.
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