OK, I guess that there is a simple anwer to this somewhere, but I am
stumped after a couple of days of looking around.
I am using xemacs-20, and using the html-mode for editing html
documents. When the right mouse button is clicked inside the document,
a menu pops up of the "valid" elements that can be inserted at that
point; for example if one is inside a <ol> </ol> block, then the valid
element to insert is "li".
In the body of the message (between <body> </body> tags), I would like
to insert a table. In the older version of xemacs, this was a trivial
matter of clicking the right mouse button, and selecting "table". In
xemacs-20, this is not one of the options on the menu, and even manually
typing in the term "<table>" will generate complaints on the status bar
that it is "not a valid element at this point" with any future mouse
How can I have "table" be one of the recognized elements in the <body>
of an html document?
I have looked far enough to know that it is addressed somewhere in the
sgml and dtd files, but after a couple of days of rooting around in
those directories I am no closer to figuring this out. Is this a simple
case of editing a database?
Any information is welcome at this point.
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