From: Ryan Graham (Ryan.Graham@apollogrp.edu)
Date: Mon Jan 26 2004 - 10:43:12 PST
Try start-indent property. You can also play around with the various margin
properties to achieve a similar effect.
Here is a good XSL-FO reference:
>[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Randolph Kahle
>Sent: Monday, January 26, 2004 11:29 AM
>Subject: [xep-support] FO Newbie: How do I indent all text in a block?
>I am writing a style sheet that builds FO for text and code listings.
>I have the vertical (block on top of block) spacing working. I have
>added a different background color for the code area.
>However, I cannot figure out how to have the code block indented.
>| Text is fine. It lines |
>| up correctly. |
> | code should |
> | indent. |
>What happens is the code block is the same width as the text block.
>I have tried adding a border, but that just pushed out to the left. I
>tried padding-start, that pushed the starting point of the code to the
>right, but that kept the block the same size (and therefore the
>background color spanning the page).
>What I need is to start the block a specific distance from the left.
>How do I achieve an indented block?
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