From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jun 02 2004 - 08:17:33 PDT
The common way to achieve <pre>-like effect is:
This text will be formatted as it is,
with all line-breaks and white spaces.
Here 'white-space' is a shorthand property. Its value 'pre'
If you need finer control over your preformatted text (e.g. you want
lines to be wrapped) you may want to set those properties
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
CC> Is there an easy (relatively) way to use XEP to create <PRE>-like
CC> formatted text?
CC> We currently have an inline element called <examplecode>. When
CC> rendered through XEP the data is output in monospace bold font.
CC> If line breaks were required, we would wrap it in para tags.
CC> The problem we have is that we want to render example code with proper
CC> indentation. The simple solution (although time consuming for the
CC> writer), is to create some kind of "tab" formatting tag, and have the
CC> writer insert the proper number of tabs for indentation. During render
CC> the tab tag would be rendered into X amount of space per tab.
CC> Is there an easier way?
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