[thelist] Structure of legal documents

Stephen Rider evolt_org at striderweb.com
Thu Feb 14 16:58:24 CST 2008

Of course if something _must_ look a certain way in print, you can  
always use a PDF. For direct HTML browser viewing, you can only  
control the appearance so much (as I think you know).  The header- 
beside-the-content format isn't too hard in CSS, but if you're  
looking for precise fonts or sizes, just use a PDF.


On Feb 14, 2008, at 10:30 AM, Julian Rickards wrote:

> Thank you everyone!
> It is good to hear that some of you have worked with
> legal/legislative-type documents before and come up with an acceptable
> solution.
> My plan of attack will be to "read" each page, determine and apply
> appropriate structure (headings, paragraphs, etc.) and then to create
> a style sheet that will make the page look similar to the current
> appearance.
> Jules

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