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[quote title=naudefj wrote on Sat, 10 March 2012 08:45]CSS pre word-wrapping should work for all browsers that supports it. You can also change the "Word Wrap" setting in the Global Settings Manager.[/quote]
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Re: Pre tags in posts
Sat, 10 March 2012 08:45
CSS pre word-wrapping should work for all browsers that supports it.
You can also change the "Word Wrap" setting in the Global Settings Manager.
Pre tags in posts
Sun, 04 March 2012 05:42
So, I'm running an HTML FUDforum and everything seems to work great except for one thing. Basically what I do is instead of using nl2br I use pre tags to keep whitespace because nl2br makes quoting look ridiculous after a few quoted posts. My problem is that for a small group of browsers (pretty much only super old browsers as well as pre IE 8 and IE 8 or 9 in compatibility mode) have issues with word wrap not occurring. I've tried all the CSS on
to no avail. The only thing I've found that works is to set a fixed width on posts but I don't really want to do that. Here's the weird part, I can get the text to wrap for older browsers outside of posts, just not in posts. Anyone know if there anything special about posts that would cause CSS pre word-wrapping not to work? Thanks.
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