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Old 01-29-2010, 12:34 PM   #4
nrapallo
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Originally Posted by Chauncey View Post
Once again thanks for the fast responce.
You're welcome! I too like using HTML code to produce .imp ebooks; it offers so much flexibility and styling to one's personal tastes.

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LOL I do this work on three different computers, when I tried the code at home using eBook Publisher ver 2.3.9 it worked like a charm. (sorry)

As for why I want to use the code <p class="blockquote">? Well I use Editpad Pro and using it's clip function in allows me to insert
( class="blockquote") inside the <p> very quickly and I don't have to move to the end of the line and insert </blockquote> the </p> closes the blockquote.
For fun try adding italics or justification to your <p> code using the p.blockquote defined in the <style> section, as follows (in bold):
Code:
p.blockquote {font-style:italic;text-align:justify;margin-top:1.5ex; margin-bottom:1.5ex; margin-left:3.5em; margin-right:3.5em}
Just have fun with it!
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