2 Replies Latest reply on Mar 20, 2010 4:24 PM by Captiv8r

    RH8 for HTML: Problem with Multilevel List in published topic(s)

    yenelli Level 1

      I have discovered that working with the multilevel list and reapplying it (changing a level 2 to a level 1, for example) inserts numerous <span style margin> tags that don't show up in RH design view nor in an IE view of the published content, but the published help renders badly in Firefox (like a "justified" paragraph style that inserts broad spacing between words).


      The bad thing is that broad spacing is added to a command where no spaces should be, which looks fine in IE, but renders like this in Firefox:


      sqlplus XBRLDB/XBRLDB@server.com:1521/ubmatrix

      @C:\xbrl_database\database\Oracle\       verify_registration        _v1_0        _1        .sql


      The "source" for published content looks like this:


      <p class="CodeSample" style="margin-left: 24px;">sqlplus XBRLDB/XBRLDB@server.com:1521/ubmatrix 
      @C:\xbrl_database\database\Oracle\<span style="margin-left: 40px;">verify_registration</span>
      <span style="margin-left: 40px;">_v1_0</span><span style="margin-left: 40px;">_1</span>
      <span style="margin-left: 40px;">.sql</span></p>
      How do I prevent the <span> tags from getting added to the RH project files? How do I remove them using the RH interface?
      Why are they getting added in such wierd places?


      PS: I have kept the paragraph style Numlist (which is how I define numbered procedures). I just apply the multilevel list to paragraphs tagged with this style. It's been working OK, except for the newly discovered problem above.

      I'm using Verdana family and the numbers look good. I've only looked at the published HTML which looks like this: I


      <p class="Numlist">1<span style='font:6.0pt "Times New Roman"'><font size="1" style="font-size:6pt;">        </font></span>Do this</p>


      looks like this in a broser view:


      1 Do this


      Is this the 'expected' HTML code for numbered procedures (all this to precede a paragraph with a number), or is there a more efficient way to render numbered/mutilevel lists?