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Old 02-13-2012, 03:17 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by Derek R View Post
Oh, one last question, Jellby, presumably "margin: 0;" in the div.poetry p would provide the lines of poetry with the same line line-height as the any prose text in the book - i.e. no line-height needs to be set for the lines of poetry?
It sets all margins (top, bottom, left and right) of each line of poetry to 0, so the line spacing should be the same as in normal prose. Additional spacing between stanzas or around the whole block is given in div.stanza or div.poetry. The hanging indent of each line is obtained with the combination of padding-left and negative text-indent.
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