Stanimir Stamenkov wrote:
Sun, 30 Aug 2009 23:27:39 -0400, /Phillip Jones/:
examine this page with SM 1.1.17:
Now use: SM 2, FF3.0/3.5, Omniweb, Opera or iCab.
In all of those All-in-ones and Web Browsers The page for me views as
It display as intended SeaMonkey 1.1.*, IMO. There's a weird table
definition used to lay out the problem content:
<td style="WIDTH: 1%"/>
<td style="WIDTH: 10%">...</td>
<td style="WIDTH: 89%"/>
Note the abbreviated empty-element XML syntax used is not compatible
with the "text/html" type served, but what's really causing trouble is
the second <td style="WIDTH: 10%">...</td> element which holds the main
content. Why the author has chosen to specify 10% of the available
space for the main content and 89% for its right margin is not clear to
me. What we probably see with the more modern browsers is effect of the
newer _non-normative_ automatic table layout  algorithm recommended
Yes. SM 1.1.16 honors the idiotic setting and hides most of the content,
as the author seems to intend.
War doesn't determine who's right, just who's left.
Paul B. Gallagher
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