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[REBOL] Re: Re REBOL FAQ updated

From: chris:ross-gill at: 16-Sep-2002 11:27

Hi Carl,
> > The resultant document is valid > > and vanilla XHTML linked to a style sheet. It is equally readable on > > Opera6/Win and Voyager2/Amiga (yes, I have tested it). > > Yes, it was readable, though I wouldn't say tidy, as font sizes > changed here and there for no apparent reason and there was a big, > bold "Contents" in the REBOL header that wasn't in the original file. > But then, this wasn't "make-doc" text, so I expect its format was > wrong for starters.
The Contents is generated automatically from make-doc text. It can be suppressed by using =toc (not sure if that was the original intention). Re. text sizes, check your browser settings -- the output uses standard HTML tags <h1>, <h2>, <h3>, <h4>, <ul>, <ol>, <p>, <dl>, <pre> (though should probably use <code>) etc. So however you have your browser set up to use those tags is how they should look. Below is a sample Make-Doc document. - Chris -- Test Doc ===Quick Intro This is a make-doc document, written in such a way that makes it quick to write and reuseable for a number of different activities, such as: *HTML Documents *Presentations *View-based Help Guides ===Basic Markup Each paragraph is seperated by one or more empty lines. In addition, they can be prefixed as follows. ---Heading One A major heading is prefixed with three equal signs: ===A Major Heading ---Heading Two A subheading is prefixed with three dashes: ---A Subheading ---Bulleted List A list item is prefixed with an asterisk: *List item 1 *List item 2 Results in: *List item 1 *List item 2 ---Numbered List A numbered list item is prefixed with a hash: #List item 1 #List item 2 Results in: #List item 1 #List item 2