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Old 02-10-2010, 10:43 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by Chauncey View Post
I have decided to revisit this posting in case anyone else has a similar problem. The code shown above does indeed result in the correct first line placement, however I had more code after the style coding which I didn't include:
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<BODY style="text-indent:1em">

This was forcing the first line of the blockquote to start at indent:1em, I have corrected it for now using a div tag removing the indent.

Chauncey
I recently found that this body entry was required to get the indent to work properly on an eBook I was working on. It ignored the text-indent in the p entry of CSS. I would say it is a bug in eBook publisher.

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