Re: CENTER element

Kee Hinckley (
Mon, 31 Oct 1994 19:11:40 +0100

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From: (Kee Hinckley)
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Subject: Re: CENTER element [Was: Netscape & New HTML]

Someone point me at a spec that answers this if there is one.

If <p> is a container. Where is it legal?

How about (indented for slightly better readability):

<p>I'd like to do two things:
<li>First, nothing
<p>Go to the store</p>
<p>Come back from the store</p>

Or my nemesis:

<li><p>This is paragraph one</p>
<p>This is paragraph two</p>
<li>And this is list two


<p><li>This is a list paragraph?</p>
<li>And this is list two

And of course, what do they all mean?