mowestusa wrote:
> Wow, great stuff. Thanks again, this is good advice
> that I will put to work. Any thoughts on including a
> <title></title> in the asciidoc source text file,
> which  will properly go into the <head></head>? (From
> reading the docs it looks like I need a First level
> title, but is there any way to put it in without
> having it show visibly on the page as a title or
> section?

You could drop the level 0 pass the doctitle attribute on the 
command-line with e.g. -a doctitle="Foo Bar"

> --- Stuart Rackham <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> I use 3 indispensable tools: Firefox plus the Web
>> Developer addin and 
>> the Firebug addin. Here's how I (try) to work:
>> - After any changes I validate the the local XHTML
>> file at W3 using Web 
>> Developer (Ctrl+Shift+A). I also use xmllint(1) in
>> my build scripts for 
>> gross validation checks.
>> - Once I've got valid code I turn to the CSS -- I've
>> found the Firebug 
>> Inspect command really valuable for learning about
>> CSS and visualizing 
>> exactly what's going on (without it CSS makes my
>> brain hurt).
>> - Finally I turn to non-conforming browsers (IE6 I'm
>> talking about you) 
>> and try to devise any necessary work-arounds.
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