Originally Posted by tshering
The description of which words go into the 11.html file might easily be misunderstood. Actually, a word/expression goes there if the first or/and second character is not a letter. Examples for the second character being not a letter are <a name="I'd">, <a name="o'clock">, <a name="T4 cell">.
Maybe it would be good to shift the whole explanation about CR and LF to point 3. I do not think that CRs in the html prevent correct processing or displaying, and they have no connection with the index file. On a side note, in the original dicthtml, CR and LF are both omitted, presumably because of performance concerns.
Thanks very much for this; especially the point about first or second characters not being a letter means using 11.html, which I did not realise. I need to go back and update my dictionaries to take that into account.