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Since we are in stupid question mode.

Essentially, the reason I want to use Kompozer is that the guy who set
up the site used a version of Front Page, and it is messy to add or
change things directly from a text editor because there are a log of
' ' so it is somewhat tricky to get things lined up where a WYSIWYG
product, like Kompozer would save me some time, especially if I am
adding to a table. I'm pretty comfortable  with working on bare html.
It's just that the Front Page generated html is just plain ugly.

On 12/16/2010 07:33 PM, Ted Roche wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 5:30 PM, Bill Horne <ehorne-zY4eFNvK5D9If6P1QZMOBw at> wrot=
>> That should be an easy fix: just seach-and-replace all <Winblow-1252>
>> non-breaking space characters with "& nbsp ;" (remove two spaces).
> A quick Google suggests:
> perl -pe 's/\xA0/ /g' infile > outfile
> Cite:
> Though for an HTML file, you'll likely want to use the
> ampersand-nbsp-semicolon as Bill suggests (or
> ampersand-hash-160-semicolon if you need properly XML-escaped
> characters) substituting for the blank space between the slashes.
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