Hi Allison,

How does your HTML file look when you open it in a browser?

I modify the HTML manually in a program like Notepad++ to get it to look exactly how I want. As long as you check each step by opening your HTML file in a browser, you shouldn't go far wrong.

I define all my p tags so that everything is indented the way I want.

I have a normal p which is defined as:

p
{
text-indent: 1em;
margin-bottom: 0.2em;
}

And then for the paragraphs where I don't want an indent (like at the start of a chapter), I have this p class:

p.noindent
{
text-indent: 0em;
margin-bottom: 0.2em;
}

Then all I need to do is tag the paragraph where I don't want an ident with:

<p class="noindent">

I also have seperate p classes for centred text and chapter headings.

Does that make sense?

Dave