Hi mathieu stumpf guntz ,
Thanks for your idea. It was education. as of now i have done the page
On Wed, Apr 12, 2017 at 4:29 AM, mathieu stumpf guntz <
> If you want to use structured html, a nested list (<ul><li><ul>âŠ) are
> probably what makes more sense in term of semantic for a tree. You'll need
> some CSS to make it looks like a tree, but you can easily find ready made
> example like http://thecodeplayer.com/walkthrough/css3-family-tree
> The only difficulty here, as far as I know, is that it will require
> specific write access to change this CSS. That is, basic user can't edit
> CSS dedicated files, they can only add inline CSS.
> Le 11/04/2017 Ã 16:23, Alex Brollo a Ã©crit :
> Look at it as a table, with borders for some cell. It.wikisource uses a
> Template:Cs <https://it.wikisource.org/wiki/Template:Cs> (calling a
> Module:Cs <https://it.wikisource.org/wiki/Modulo:Cs>), that makes easy to
> add specific borders to individual cells. A little bit of colspan and
> rowspan, and you'll get an "elastic" and exportable family tree chard.
> 2017-04-11 15:03 GMT+02:00 balaji <***@gmail.com>:
>> Hi all,
>> There is one particular book I am proof reading in Tamil
>> language. There is a page which has a family tree chart. How to proof read
>> that. The page I am talking about can be found here
>> https://ta.wikisource.org/s/938 . In the current format if downloaded as
>> epub of rtf etc., the structure is not maintained if page size is changed.
>> How this can be proof read?
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