The approach used in the SDL is to have a document be a collection
of virtual pages where a virtual page is much like today's HTML document.
However, the virtual page collection can be managed as a single entity,
and sytles sheets or other doc set information only needs to be
In addition, it provides a comfortable place to place an index, table
of contents, glossary, etc.
What do you think? Would this help HTML+?
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From: ccy@po.CWRU.Edu (Cheung C. Yue)
Subject: Forced page break in HTML
Date: 17 Feb 1994 04:14:41 GMT
Organization: Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH (USA)
Reply-To: ccy@po.CWRU.Edu (Cheung C. Yue)
Just curious if there is a code for a forced page break in a HTML
document. I think that way one can feel more comfortable about
putting links to locations within the same file rather than to another
file. I kind of hate to write multiple small html files just so I
can keep the appearance of the main document neat (sort of like Nova
Links). I suppose I might have to accept just the code for a line,
although that line will probably not show up on a text-terminal client
such as Lynx. Any other suggestions?
C Cho Yue
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