> I know this is not FW related, it's just a quicky anyway:
> I noticed that Dreamweaver sometimes applies the <SPAN> tag to my text.
> But at other times it does not. Does this have anything to do with the
> fact that my text is inside another element such as a Div or a
> Table(Cell)? I was just updating my freestyler site locally and it added
> the same <SPAN> tag again. I must add that I have a seperate CSS style
> applied to my Div. So if i'm right - according to my theory - the <SPAN>
> tag is only applied when the element in which the <SPAN> text is
> contained already has a style applied to it.
> I remember reading about this in the Dreamweaver 4 Bible which I read
> from beginning to end and backwards... Two ways to apply a style 1)
> Normal style; 2) Spanning the tag. I DO know that whenever I select a
> portion of text from a sentence or a continuous block of text (meaning
> no <p> tags inbetween continuous lines of text) - that a <SPAN> tag is
> applied. I understand this HAS to be done in this way otherwise the
> browser would never know that this part of the sentence or block of text
> has to be rendered in another style than the style applied to the rest
> of the sentence or block of text.
> If i'm asking too much, let me know.
> "The only place where success comes before work is in the dictionary."
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