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Old 08-09-2010, 08:51 PM   #5
luthar28
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Originally Posted by Lexicon View Post
<h3> is a block tag and <a> is an inline one. I'm not sure it is valid to put a block element inside an inline element, but even if it is I'm not surprised a parser/writer would reverse the two. You couldn't really call it a bug either as the resulting code is functionally identical.
So how should it be coded? What I'm trying to do is set hyperlinks to target Chapter headers.

Thus: <a class="Chapter" id="c0_1"><h3>THE TWINS</h3></A>

The class chapter does a page break before. Every error is based on these two (<a> and <h3>)
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