Re: [WSG] help with mystery IE padding

2005-02-12 Thread IChao
Ted Drake schrieb:
...
http://tdrake.net/cruise/index.html
The space is the inherited line-height:1.2em from body.
#header h1{line-height: normal} or 1em should fix that.
Ingo
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Re: [WSG] 2 Column Symetrical Stretching Layout?

2005-02-05 Thread IChao
you might try
http://www.satzansatz.de/cssd/columnswapping.html
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Re: [WSG] mysterious little movement

2005-01-20 Thread IChao
Looks like you've fixed it. Forcing buggy IE to show at least 250px of 
canvas seems to do the trick, fine.

Opera gives the body a padding, you might add padding:0 to body{} to 
align the little white triangles/rounded corners.

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Re: [WSG] mysterious little movement

2005-01-19 Thread IChao
Andreas Boehmer wrote:
If you look in IE/PC at http://dev.rmittestlab.com/ you will notice that
there is a little blue space under the Services heading. 
You are experiencing The IE Three Pixel Text-Jog described in
http://www.positioniseverything.net/explorer/threepxtest.html
The floating #leftNav induces a 3px Text-Jog in #content_right
1) Add the Holly Hack to  #content_right.
Now, we are experiencing another IE bug: #leftNav
 li li a:hover induces a gray box (100% width) near the bottom of 
#mainContent:
2) Add the Holly Hack to h1.

(
looks like your layout is a scenario for more IE bugs: If you'd apply 
only fix 2), the html-comments before/after h1 would induce duplicating 
characters, see 
http://www.positioniseverything.net/explorer/dup-characters.html
and the #content_right looses its background ...
better close this).

I think your layout would become more IE-stable with floating 
#content_right instead of positioning it with margin-left.

Ingo Chao
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[WSG] (no subject)

2004-11-10 Thread IChao
Set mode standard wsg
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