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Re^3: PERL HTML HELP

by ww (Archbishop)
on Oct 21, 2012 at 19:22 UTC ( #1000234=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: PERL HTML HELP
in thread PERL HTML HELP

Your html still has some problems, but some are easily fixed by simply revising the quoting. Some may frown, and with reason, at this use of a 'heredoc' but it "just works" for a one-off:
#!/usr/bin/perl use 5.012; my $protein = "chuck steak"; my $heredoc = <<END <table border="1" width="50%" bgcolor="#CCFFFF"> <tr><td><b> Peptide sequence frame 1</b></td></tr>\n <tr><td>$protein </td> <td>also 'walnuts'</td></tr> </table> END ; print $heredoc;

OUTPUT:

<table border="1" width="50%" bgcolor="#CCFFFF"> <tr><td><b> Peptide sequence frame 1</b></td></tr> <tr><td>chuck steak </td> <td>also 'walnuts'</td></tr> </table>

Note the newline at the end of line 09; your empty tr></tr> will provoke complaints from some validators.

Better, however, to devote a couple hours to familiarizing yourself with CSS1 and 2. And better yet to follow the broad guidance provided by blue_cowdawg ( above ) and to use such CSS constructs as "max-width: nn%" to assure that the wraps work (...err, semi-work.....) based on the user's current screen width.

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[GrandFather]: It's either lines that your browser won't split (no white space) or nodes with <pre> tags which ought to be code tags
[GrandFather]: I haven't noticed the problem for a while, but it can be hard to find the nasty node. If you do find it, consider it and with luck a janitor will fix it

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