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Old 12-02-2012, 08:50 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by Siavahda View Post
I'm not AT ALL sure this is what you asked for (I really don't know much about any kind of coding D but there's this...?

<p class= "normal-with-overrides1">
"00"
<span class= "normal"> ... </span>

?
Never seen that before (not that unusual )

It is almost like a 'null' (ASCII 00) got converted weird. what is also weird is there was a 'null' to convert

I don't use Caliber's (conversion) search and replace so someone else will need to help, because I only use sigil's to fix content issues.

If the stylesheet (.normal-with-overrides1) has the proper indent: text-indent: <value>;
removing quote 00 quote should be trivial (as fixing the stylesheet. UNLESS: normal-with-overrides1 is not supposed to be indented in other places.
Then, we need to replace
Code:
<p class= "normal-with-overrides1">
"00"
with a new class
Code:
<p class= "normal-with-overrides1x">
, and create that new selector in the stylesheet.
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