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Subject: Detect   in the input file
From: "Marroc" <marrocdanderfluff@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 08:40:59 -0000
 Detect &nbsp; in the input file
Hi all,

I have input XHTML that uses &nbsp; to lay out the page. I've searched and
found discussions of using and generating &nbsp; in the output document but,
how do I detect it in the input?

I have them in sets of three before the expand/collapse images in a book as
follows:

<img>
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<img>
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<img>
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<img>
<img>

I'd like to detect each group of three and convert it to a spacer image.

Thanks in advance,
Richard

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