Thank you I did find a fix, that seemed to work in both versions of
Firefox, by adjusting by bottom margin slightly
There is one other issue between Firefox3 for the pc and Firefox3 for
the mac. It doesn't seem to matter the doctype. What is live is
standards but an old doctype.
I have a div entitled "content" and a very dark gray and it houses two
divs "leftnav" and "contentcopy". "leftnav" has no background color,
"contentcopy" is a lighter gray.
Firefox 3 for the Mac you can see content div appear on the right as a
thin line whereas Firefox3 for the PC it is hidden as it should be. In
the past, I have had to give slightly different widths to the leftnav
for each browser including using a hack for Safari to achieve this
Is there a way to fix this?
Thanks in advance
On Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 8:21 PM, David Laakso
> Nancy Johnson wrote:
>> Thank you, the page in question isn't live so I cannot show it
>>>> I am testing an updated doctype in some of my pages. I have a drop
>>>> down menu that sits correctly in every browser except FireFox 2.
>>>> Is there a way to correct in Firefox 2, and not affect Firefox 3,
>>>> Safari or Chrome?
>>>> Thanks in Advance
> Hmm. No tickee no shirtee? E-mail the files off-list as a zip attachment and
> I'll put on my server. We can then both wait for someone on the list to
> resolve your problem. Maybe.
> A thin red line and a salmon-color ampersand forthcoming.
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