Currently asciidoc generates xhtml11 with unconstrained length lines.
This is contrary to currently recommended practice (see W3C WCAG 2.0
1.4.8 for recommendations, <80 characters and links to information on
the physiology of reading long lines http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG
I use the simple solution for non-IE6 browsers of adding max-width =
40em or similar to the body section of xhtml11.css. I am requesting
that it be added to the standard css in asciidoc.
max-width is ignored by IE6 and before and I know of no good fix
(there are lots of bad ones on the net) but maybe something can be
added to quirks or just leave those browsers as is.
And before you say that users just have to re-size their browser (not
that you would of course :-)
1. It is inappropriate with tabbed browsers because individual tabs
can't be sized differently
2. It is not the users responsibility to meet presentation
3. Minor but common, many users don't know they should re-size the