Re: line length and netiquette (was: Proper sources list from Jessie > Stretch)
- Date: Tue, 6 Jun 2017 16:18:53 +0200
- From: Frank <zuiderduin@xxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: line length and netiquette (was: Proper sources list from Jessie > Stretch)
Op 06-06-17 om 16:00 schreef Fungi4All:
Indeed. And all your messages appear to have a an extra <br>. Makes them
look like this:
On Mon, Jun 05, 2017 at 06:59:20PM -0400, Fungi4All wrote:
> ONLY MORONS USE RETURN WITHIN THE SAME PARAGRAPH EVER
> SINCE TYPEWRITERS RUN OUT OF INK AND DIED.
In html there is <br> for line break and <p> for paragraph.
In html there is <br> for line break and <p> for paragraph. How long or
be should be regulated from those who receive it and not be dictated
by the author.
If you customary say we break lines in 65 and one's monitor is
break lines every 60chars. (vision problems) then one line will have
the next 5 because you passed the break into the text. Some have big
screens with high resolution, some small screens with low resolution.
kind of rule will be forcing someone to read text in a tiny column about
of the screen?
Which is a bloody nuisance.