If it can be done, the folks at the Yahoo group for WebWorks would have the
expertise to tell you how. See http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/wwp-users/.
"Combs, Richard" <richard.combs at Polycom.com> wrote:
Garnier Garnier wrote:
> I could right align the numbered list in FM and they seem
> perfect in the PDFs.
> The problem is that the generated html output does not give
> the required result. The single digit in the WebWorks output
> still appears to be left aligned due to which the body text
> following the single and double-digit numbers have moved
> towards the right. I tried fixing this in the Basic
> Paragraph option in the Style Designer, but in vain. Am not
> familiar with the macros so do not know whether that needs to
> be modified.
Ah, HTML! You can't align things with tabs in FM and have it translate
to HTML -- HTML doesn't respect white space (which includes tabs),
collapsing it all down to a single space.
I'm no HTML guru, but I don't think there's any way to right-align the
numbers in an HTML ordered list (
items in an ). I think you'd
have to convert from an ordered list to a table, or maybe do the numbers
and following text as separate tags with CSS positioning.
Way too complex for such a trivial matter, if you ask me. We've all
lived with left-aligned numbered lists in Web pages for a long time now.
Your readers can live with it a bit longer. :-)
Richard G. Combs
Senior Technical Writer
richardDOTcombs AT polycomDOTcom
rgcombs AT gmailDOTcom
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