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Old 10-31-2012, 11:33 AM   #1
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Question Feedback on CSS?

Did I get it right, can one post oneīs CSS for reactions and feedback?

In that case, I welcome feedback on my CSS and a small representative snippet from my book. The text here is not my own, just some random stuff from E. Britannica. There is no real continutiy, just a catalog of different, recurring patterns in my book.

(I should perhaps mention that the book is a music manual for youngish singers. English is not my native language, nor is the book written in that language.)

PLEASE NOTE: I am mainly interested in feedback on my CSS (the construction of which is a quite new thing to me). You might have views, even violent ones, on the way I construct my page. I am less interested in that.

I am an writer (thatīs how I pay my rent), and not a designer, programmer or typographer. I have noted that typograpy is one of the stiffest, most purist and most resistant to change-domains. I do NOT wish to enter into a polemic about those things.

I have given a lot of thought to how I want my book to look, so please respect that and do not regard me as a thoughtless beginner. Ok?

Sorry for sounding so defensive. Iīve had bad experiences with anal typographers.

PS: In another thread I have discussed footnotes with some of you. In brackets you can see my "solution" to this. I omitted the *-s which otherwise signal "footnote" , so basically what we have at the end of the 4-th paragraph is not a footnote, but auxilary text in smaller case within brackets.
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