On Tue, Jul 31, 2007 at 01:39:55PM -0700, Simetrical wrote:
On 7/31/07, Thomas Dalton
A logical box is exactly want you want to mark a
chapter. I can't see
a logical reason to have a break inbetween 2 items rather than a box
Precisely. <br> is non-semantic markup. A classed div is better:
then you can make all sorts of decisions as to how to display chapter
breaks, such as how much of a margin you want under it, or if you want
page-break-before: always; or whatever the CSS rule is to do that.
Having spent a lot of time with Ventura, I'm a bit querolous about that
idea. A 'chapter' may be *more* than you want to display on a page.
Perhaps 'chapter' is a bad choice of term thereby. But if you wrap
entire chapters in DIVs, you may need to physically break a div in the
middle when you paginate.
And perhaps I'm completely out of context.
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