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Old 09-12-2012, 07:30 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Oldpilot View Post
You would be best served using the newer way of doing bold,

But there is no bold in that set of underlinings! Are you saying that span class=underline should be p class="underline"? I should use paragraph tags within a sentence? Surely that will create a new line?

And

You probably missed the Quote between the first underline and the >


I don't see any missing quote. It reads: <span class="underline">. That's pasted from the original html file.

Perhaps I should have said that the html validates without a problem.

I suppose I could simply use italics, though that's not true to the original.
I went back and corrected my post almost as soon as I posted , just not enough
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