Re: Backslash ( \ ) in ordinary text
- From: James Dow Allen <jdallen2000@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2010 10:47:02 -0700 (PDT)
Thank you very much to all responders!
This seems like a friendly group!
On Aug 19, 12:11 am, "Jukka K. Korpela" <jkorp...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I can confirm that too: on the page
I see backslashes as struck-out "W" on IE 8 (Windows Vista).
Using e.g. font-family: xxx, "Times Roman", "Times New Roman" where xxx is
the serif font that you really prefer would be better.
I've just now modifed the "qstyle.css" as you suggested.
(But omitted the "xxx," as I don't have any particular preference.)
Perhaps kind readers will click again and verify problem
has gone away. And -- displaying my ignorance again -- what
exactly is needed to clear any cache?
I'll add the Doctype to every page next time I rebuild the website.
The only other errors reported by the HTML validator were
missing </small> after <small>, which I omitted deliberately
to save space: the <small> within <td> ... <td> is cancelled
by the end of the <td> region, or at least that's what I've
observed. Am I wrong again?
James Dow Allen
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