Hi Martin, > now, everything is considered 'pure' html. this results in > that all text is written in one line, as all white-spaces are not > relevant anymore. If it were 'pure' html the text would be wrapped properly. So apparently it's interpreted as <pre> formatted, which is what I'd expect - all THtml doc is enclosed in <pre> tags. You can get an un-<pre>ed environment by adding </pre> at the beginning of a doc. > ok, this is probably on purpose. however, if i now > change my source code and only embrace the tags (e.g. a link) > it always prints the link on a separate line. this makes the > html-output considerably unreadable. Reason as stated above: it needs to close the <pre> tag (Begin_Html), add your <a href> tag, then open the <pre> environment again (End_Html). The problem you're seeing is caused by the <[/]pre> tags which include a line break by default. > in other words, i'd like something like: > please see 'file1' and 'file2' or mail to 'me' or go to 'google'. > (where 'xxx' is a highlighted link) Right. Do "</pre> please see <a href=file1>..." Why did this work before? I believe ancient versions didn't close <pre> tags properly when they came across a Begin_Html, generating illegal html. Axel.
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