Spaces in navigation text
Wed, 26 Sep 2001 14:40:59 +0100
I've noticed a related problem in that with longer menu items you have a
choice between forcing things onto one line with , or accepting the
same (<br>) space within a menu item as occurs after an item, which does
nothing for readability of each individual item.
Any further tips for dealing with navigation menu layout anyone?
At 12:05 PM 9/24/01 -0700, Dan Mitchell wrote:
>I know how to use the non-breaking space tag to solve this, but I'm still
>confused about the advantage might be of breaking lines this way. I don't
>It seems to me that the text should not wrap as long as there is space for
>on 9/24/01 12:01 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org at
> > on 21/09/01 5:44 am, Dan Mitchell at email@example.com wrote:
> >> I've noticed that Manila seems to divide Navigation text onto multiple
> >> even where there is space for the text.
> >> For example, if I create a link to De Anza College in the Navigation
> >> Advanced Preferences, I'd like to see the link text on a single line like
> >> this:
> >> De Anza College
> > <snip>
> >> if it can be changed.
> > it's a clever feature :-) The work around is to add in the html for a
> > which is (non breaking space)
> > De Anza College
> > will give you a single line, which is what you want.
> d a n m i t c h e l l
> Apple Distinguished Educator - Class of 2000
>firstname.lastname@example.org * http://mitchell.fhda.edu/ * 408.864.8511
>de anza college http://www.deanza.fhda.edu/