Oh no, you missed the issue. It was not about a whitespace, it was about
creating a NEWLINE.
There was a whole blank line BELOW the image.
Unless... a whitespace could somehow create that newline... maybe it
On Wed, Aug 20, 2003 at 02:05:30AM +0200, Marc A. Lehmann wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 03:27:12PM -0400, Daniel Carrera <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > > Try putting it all on one (admittedly ugly) line with no extra spaces:
> > > <a ...><img ....></a>
> > That's really weird... but it seems to work.
> Actually, to reassure you all, that is totally correct, documented,
> standardized and expected behaviour.
> New lines _are_ whitespace. e.g.
> I am here.
> will have space before the "I". No matter how many spaces/newlines/tabs
> etc. you use, unless you are within pre or similar elements, it's a single
> "whitespace" that seperates characters.
Daniel Carrera, Math PhD student at UMD. PGP KeyID: 9AF77A88
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