Hello Helmut & Gerdami and…,
I was translating the introduction to divs which is supposed to be an “advances” subject. It seems very “light” to me, I add some details on inline arguments to justify the “advanced” option. You can see it here.
Inline styling appears in some tags used by WikiDOT (divs, tables, span, images etc.) I think that it would be nice to have an “Inline CSS” or “Inline Style” page to describe the most common inline arguments and relevant structure. CSS2 is quiet cumbersome to a new comer. Sending them to the 3W pages is not necessary and won’t solve their problem; the target of the page would only be to give some details on CSS elements commonly used in wikidot.
Although there is a page project named “CSS – Themes” I suppose that it will be more “theme oriented” and contain too many elements. A separate “Inline Style” would be easier to understand. The pages dedicated to elements using inline styles divs, tables, span, images etc.) could link this page.
I’d be glad to have your opinion about that. If you agree, I can create the French page but my English is not good enough for the En: version.
Regards to all.