Apr. 2nd, 2013

glazedmacguffin: (peikowtow)
A bit of odd coding a select few might find useful. Let's say you're going to post something with a LOT of text, like an especially long poem or essay you've written, and you want to point out which line you want to go to?

An easy way to do this is to create a five-line numerical rule. For this to work, the table size has to be set to a width that will appear properly on most screens, so it may not work for mobile phones. But for people reading on their computer, if you tell them to go to "line 123" they should be able to scroll to it easilly. And having it a five-line rule makes it considerably easier to type in the numbers.

Keep in mind including a DW username will alter a linewidth, so this is mostly for blocks of text.
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