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<p style="text-transform: lowercase;">UPPER</p>
that will display
Everything works well. The main formatting problem I'm comming across tho' is I can't clear the formatting - ie I can only get "APPLE" or "APPLE" but not "Apple" - which I'm looking for. You're right tho', playing with the HTML code can be interesting.
But this formatting snag is proving to be a headache.
Sorry - meant "APPLE" , or "apple"
Try capitalize instead of lowercase or uppercase. That gives each word a capital letter at the beginning.
Well you name it, I've tried it.
The only thing if managed to achieve is this format:
"This Is a Test For Format"
I've tried everything I can think of, text, RTF, using Wordpad etc. Oddly enough the same prob is happening in Word - but once again this only occurs if I use the text from the website.
I've copy/pasted text from the MSN website to try the same, and it works perfectly.
Now completely stumped, there isn't any odd characters either.
I have had a look thro' your web site.
Can you recreate this in a one or two topic test project that you can zip up and send me?
Include a link to this topic when you email.
Apprecitate your help on this one. Get one to to you tonight or tomorrow.
Attached is part of the file which was originally pasted into the project. Now as you can see you can't change "upper", "lower", "capitalize etc.....
I've tried this on two PC's same problem.........
and - If I may run this one by you too, as I'm at a loss on this one. I've exported a visio file as an html, but RH won't let me import it - I get this msg:
The "%" Cannot be used in path. The path shown is:
Purchase%20Requ_files/toolbar.htm - the files are on the local drive, infact in the projects' folder...
Anyway - here's the offending file:
Uppercase - converts lowercase to uppercase and leaves uppercase as it was so you get all caps.
Lowercase - converts uppercase to lowercase and leaves lowercase as it was so you get all lowercase
Capitalize - converts any first letters to uppercase but changes nothing else.
Try this link
Sorry but I don't think there is anything for what you want.
On Visio, try saving the flowchart as a jpg or gif and use that.
Nope - only got
ARMORED CAR TRANSPORT
armored car transport
ARMORED CAR TRANSPORT
and if I copy+paste it into Word it's all uppercase.
Cool bit of code though. Shall now crawl into a corner.
The "%20" indicates a space, which I believe might be at the root of your problems. Good HTML practice when separating words is to use underscores only.
By the way, what's your css setting for body?