[bksvol-discuss] Re: footers: An apology and a favor

Cindy,

As you can see, I'm back.  We had a good visit from Karen's parents, and I'm
feeling better, though I'm still suffering a lot from allergies.

As for your question, do not put anything above page numbers when they are
in the header, or after page numbers when they are in the footer.  If you
do, then the tool that volunteers call the Stripper can not recognize the
page numbers since they will not be in either the first or last paragraph on
the page which is where the validation instructions specify that they should
be in order for the Stripper to work properly.

Sorry I haven't gotten around to checking those four books you asked me to
check.  I'll try to do it now that Karen's parents have left.

Gerald

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[mailto:bksvol-discuss-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Cindy
Sent: Sunday, October 16, 2005 7:19 PM
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Subject: [bksvol-discuss] footers: An apology and a favor


-I hate to bring up question of  headers and footers
again. I know at least two of you downloaded some
books for me to check if the page numbers were there
or were missing. It seems to me someone said they were
missing, except that where I put a header word about
the chapter page the chapter was retained.

And I remember that someone--Mike? Allison? both? put
asterisks or dashes or words as headers to preserve
the page numbers but then someone else said that
wasn't necessary.

What I need to know now is if I should put a word as a
footer between my page number and the page break at
the bottom of the page, to retain those numbers. If
someone wouldn't mind downloading Cass Timberlane and
checking to see if the page numbers are still there,
you'd have in your collection a classic and would also
be able to answer my questin (smile).

Thanks in advance--or for any advice based on your
experience without downloading the book.

Cindy



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