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Topic # 27330 22-Oct-2008 14:17
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In the following, I would like to know how to put some space in between "ReadMe" and "GeoKiwi"





  • ReadMe




    GeoKiwi




  • Quoted space includes the quotes - unquoted space is ignored.



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      Reply # 172776 22-Oct-2008 14:19
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    You can use P tag for each line, and all within LI tag.

    <li>
    <p>ReadMe</p>
    <p>GeoKiwi</p>
    </li>




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      Reply # 172781 22-Oct-2008 14:47
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    Sorry, I'd overlooked the fact that what I posted would be parsed. I'll try again.

    In the following, I would like to know how to put some horizontal space in between "ReadMe" and "GeoKiwi"



    Quoted space includes the quotes - unquoted space is ignored.

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      Reply # 172782 22-Oct-2008 14:48
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    How do I get to show some code, please?



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      Reply # 172783 22-Oct-2008 14:51
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    Is this the way?


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      Reply # 172785 22-Oct-2008 14:58
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    <style>
    li {
     display : block;
     list-style-type : none;
    }
    </style>

    <li>link</li>
    <li></li>
    <li>link</li>

    If I got u right :)





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      Reply # 172797 22-Oct-2008 15:25
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    I'm sorry, I can't interpret that.
    I'm after some horizontal space between items on a single line: doesn't each
  • give me a new line?

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      Reply # 172817 22-Oct-2008 16:41
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    Having a little trouble interpretting exactly what you're after. But if you just need extra spaces, you can use the HTML non-breaking space.




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    Reply # 172820 22-Oct-2008 16:50
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    Thanks RedJungle
    That was the answer I needed. Sorry it was hard to figure out what I wanted - I don't know how to show snippits of HTML code without the browser parsing them.
    I'll replace the small blank image that I have used in the meantime with the non-breaking space.

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      Reply # 172822 22-Oct-2008 16:57
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    Depends on how well you are on CSS but I can suggest have your list-item as inline element and give it a padding (either to left, or right or both, depends on what you want)...

    I think this is what you want if I can understand what you said... adding non-breaking-space is ok but not ideal, IMPO.




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