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fact, this is what most often happens in a digital world, where it's fairly easy to slant a font using a simple computation.

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Because there is extra space added above and below each line, theborder around the hyperlink doesn't impinge on any other line,as we can see in Figure 8-63.

Figure 8-63

Figure 8-63. Increasing line-height to leave room for inline borders

This approach works in this particular case, of course, because allof the text is the same size. Just to cover all the bases, though, itmight make more sense to simply increase theline-height of the anchor element itself, likethis:

The solution is simple enough. Just make sure that you set anexplicit font-weight for these elements. A goodrule to include in your style sheet would be:

STRONG, B {font-weight: bolder;}

This should overcome any reluctance on Navigator 4's part.

11.2.8. Floating Text Elements in Internet Explorer

In Internet Explorer 4.x for Windows, in

.main {margin-left: 1.5em;}

It seems like a reasonable amount of space, so we go with it. Wecheck the result in Figure 11-5, which is basedaround this skeleton markup:

Figure 11-5

Figure 11-5. Final results

There are a few subtle differences from the original layout, butoverall, no significant changes in the document's presentation.We can be quite pleased with the results -- and better still, case, the relation is "stylesheet." TYPE is always set to text/css. This value describes the type of data that is to be loaded using the LINK tag. That way, the web browser knows that the style sheet is a CSS style sheet, a fact that will determine how the browser deals with the data it imports. After all, there may be other style languages in the future, so it will be important to say which language you're using.