I am using Sugarcane, and my story takes place in a forum. You read the forum instead of prose. So I've been working pretty hard on making it look like one.
So far I've managed to do a decent enough work with the most absolute basic use of coding and syntax. I had no HTML nor CSS knowledge previous to this but I can be pretty resourceful. Now I've encountered a problem and I can't find a workaround.
For the passages that simulate the threads of the forum, I'd like to use a special kind of layout, different from the others, in which I have a title, and two columns.
On the column on the left, as with any regular forum, goes the username, join date, etc.
On the column of the right, the user's post.
The only way I've found so far is combining break lines, and a table HTML consisting of two colums. Problem is, I can't control the layout of the text inside the table. So it ends up looking like this:
You can see it doesn't work. What I'd like is:
1) For all right columns to start at the same line in the passage, not depending of the previous row's ending.
2) To be able to control the text inside the table. For example, with this solution I can't add any line break niether to the "post" (right column) or to separate in different lines the "username", "join date" and "posts" in the left colum.
I'm down to any solution which gets the job done, this is only the one I've found which get's me the closest to what I want. I just want it to look like a forum thread.
Thanks in advance!
This is the coding I used to get that result: