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[SOLVED] The <pre> tag, where do we style it?


  #1  
Old Feb 27, 2014, 04:18 PM
markzip
 
60 posts · Jan 2010
The site I am working on is for a publisher of poetry.
Some of the example poems we post have particularly challenging formatting (varying indentation etc.) and poets are quite picky about that sort of thing.
So I figured the quickest and cleanest way to present the correct poetic formatting is to use the old
Code:
<pre>
tag.
But when I do, the font used is the (browser's?) default pre font, which looks like a typewriter.
I have tried to declare the font i want inside the pre tag, but not surprisingly that did not work.

If there is a place to style pre in the ATO, then I have not found it.

Thanks for the help.
  #2  
Old Feb 27, 2014, 04:23 PM
markzip
 
60 posts · Jan 2010
CSS / HTML inserts to the rescue!
Of course, should have gotten there quicker.
Code:
pre { font-family: tahoma; }
God, I love the power of this theme.
Thanks.

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