HEY ALEX



  • This is what happens when you use a pre tag to avoid having to insert your own line break HTML. If a line gets too long, it goes off the side of the page and requires going into the reply view and quoting the post in order to read it. This is what happens when you use a pre tag to avoid having to insert your own line break HTML. If a line gets too long, it goes off the side of the page and requires going into the reply view and quoting the post in order to read it. This is what happens when you use a pre tag to avoid having to insert your own line break HTML. If a line gets too long, it goes off the side of the page and requires going into the reply view and quoting the post in order to read it. This is what happens when you use a pre tag to avoid having to insert your own line break HTML. If a line gets too long, it goes off the side of the page and requires going into the reply view and quoting the post in order to read it. This is what happens when you use a pre tag to avoid having to insert your own line break HTML. If a line gets too long, it goes off the side of the page and requires going into the reply view and quoting the post in order to read it. This is what happens when you use a pre tag to avoid having to insert your own line break HTML. If a line gets too long, it goes off the side of the page and requires going into the reply view and quoting the post in order to read it.

    (Repeated several times so it definitely goes off the side of the page)

    If you add the following to the custom stylesheet: pre { white-space: pre-wrap; } suddenly the problem goes away. You can still use <pre> to keep line breaks and other whitespace, but instead of happily hopping off the side of the post, never to be seen again, it simply continues on the next line. Simple as that. If you add the following to the custom stylesheet: pre { white-space: pre-wrap; } suddenly the problem goes away. You can still use <pre> to keep line breaks and other whitespace, but instead of happily hopping off the side of the post, never to be seen again, it simply continues on the next line. Simple as that. If you add the following to the custom stylesheet: pre { white-space: pre-wrap; } suddenly the problem goes away. You can still use <pre> to keep line breaks and other whitespace, but instead of happily hopping off the side of the post, never to be seen again, it simply continues on the next line. Simple as that. If you add the following to the custom stylesheet: pre { white-space: pre-wrap; } suddenly the problem goes away. You can still use <pre> to keep line breaks and other whitespace, but instead of happily hopping off the side of the post, never to be seen again, it simply continues on the next line. Simple as that. If you add the following to the custom stylesheet: pre { white-space: pre-wrap; } suddenly the problem goes away. You can still use <pre> to keep line breaks and other whitespace, but instead of happily hopping off the side of the post, never to be seen again, it simply continues on the next line. Simple as that.
    
    (Repeated several times so it definitely wraps)


  • Hey look it's Ben L again. Go eat shit and die.



  • What the fuck is this?



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    What the fuck is this?
     

    Largely functional, minor case of asperger's?



  •  So don't do that.



  • @Lorne Kates said:

     So don't do that.

    Exactly.  I have never had a problem with any of my posts "running off the side of
    the page".  As shitty as CS is, everythng seems to wrap just fine on
    its own.  I sometimes see posts by others that run off the side of the
    page, but I just assume they are idiots who did something stupid.  Like put a <pre> tag in where it isn't needed.

     



  • @El_Heffe said:

    @Lorne Kates said:

     So don't do that.

    Exactly.  I have never had a problem with any of my posts "running off the side of
    the page".  As shitty as CS is, everythng seems to wrap just fine on
    its own.  I sometimes see posts by others that run off the side of the
    page, but I just assume they are idiots who did something stupid.  Like put a <pre> tag in where it isn't needed.

    The irony, of course, being that Ben regularly makes posts that run off the side of the page because he embeds 2000px wide images in them. So to hear him complain about this (and in such an annoying, unproductive, "Look at me!" kind of way) is silly.


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