Re: [WSG] Thumbnail Image overlapping container DIV - Help Please

2005-02-05 Thread David Laakso
On Sat, 5 Feb 2005 17:00:47 +1100, Matt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I have a problem with a site that I am working on, in that I have a
http://220.233.11.63:8080/
..
Cheers,
Matt
Matt,
Took forever and a day to load Opera7.54.u1-- gave up, switched to FF1.0,  
and it crashed the browser.
David

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Re: [WSG] Thumbnail Image overlapping container DIV - Help Please

2005-02-05 Thread Bennie Shepherd
Those thumbnails are rather large for their size. The first one was 
around 120k.

On 2/5/2005 4:04:25 AM, wsg@webstandardsgroup.org wrote:
 On Sat, 5 Feb 2005 17:00:47 +1100, Matt wrote:
  I have a problem with a site that I am working on, in that I have a
  http://220.233.11.63:8080/
 ..
  Cheers,
  Matt

 Matt,
 Took forever and a day to load Opera7.54.u1-- gave up, switched to 
FF1.0,

 and it crashed the browser.
 David

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Re: [WSG] Thumbnail Image overlapping container DIV - Help Please

2005-02-04 Thread Bert Doorn
G'day
I have a problem with a site that I am working on, in that I have a
thumbnail image, and some text related to that image contained within
a DIV. If there is not much text, the thumbnail jumps out of its
container DIV. This can be seen here:
Typical case of floats not sitting inside their container. 
Simplest way to fix it is to add this rule to your CSS:

.TeaserContainer:after {
   clear:right;
   display:block;
   height:0;
   content: ;
}
See http://www.positioniseverything.net/easyclearing.html for 
more info.

Regards
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http://www.betterwebdesign.com.au/
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