today's moon; will there be anyone
not taking up his pen? onitsura
'toque!!good to see you, old friend!
Yeah! Happy to see you here!
And a tip of the hat to you, Willie. I hope this post finds you somewhere, safe, sound, and ready for better times ahead.
jump in if you wish. an odd number sequence allows each of us to try short and long verses. Might you have an html code to space our initials less conspiciously?
Thank you my friends. We can only go up from here.
the dd html code did not work. Will have to look into it.
The html stuff could be cleaned up with a table but it would be a little intrusive while we're writing. I could clean it up once we're done if you'd like.
a table? Would that be an ongoing process, each post requiring a codeto space the author's initials?Currently we have the verses "artfully" spaced to center with one command.
Yes, it can be messy. The problem lies in being _picky_ about where the initials go. HTML doesn't have the concept of a tab-space. We can hack it with many spaces ( & n b s p ; ) if you want but that is messy in itself. The other option is to grey out the initials so they occupy less of the foreground.
i think our primary issue with excess html lay in whether one used edit html to compose, which I do, or tagging the cursor onto the previous verse's end and then spacing from there before entering the new verse. I haven't experienced extraneous code using those methods.Might an experimental try at a clean spacing now be warranted?
so much to learntime and spacesipping green tea
"ma"; the concept of time and space...
holy cow, "toque! I see what you mean. I'll paste in the spaces unless you think we should abandon them until we can create columns. A failing of blogger, I suppose.
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