At 17:53 +0200 8/5/02, Jan! wrote:
>Could some kind people -the Mac owners- post some screenshots (I'd
>rather not get them through e-mail, disk space limit and all) and
>let me know where to find them?
The sending of screenshot URLs should be done offlist, sent
directly to Jan. Jan can summarize the end result of the screenshots
and fix (if one is found) later on. That said, I think the problem
is likely to be this one:
Since it looks as though all the content of the 'body' element has
been positioned, it has neither height nor width-- and so all of the
content overflows it, and is thus hidden. At least, I think that's
the problem, and I'm surprised that Mozilla still displays the
contents. Looks like I'll have to root around some in Mozilla.
Eric A. Meyer (http://www.meyerweb.com/eric/), List Chaperone
"CSS is much too interesting and elegant to be not taken seriously."
-- Martina Kosloff (http://www.mako4css.com/)
From darren [EMAIL-REMOVED]> Mon Aug 5 13:34:12 2002
From: darren [EMAIL-REMOVED]> (darren)
Date: Mon Aug 5 12:34:12 2002
Subject: [css-d] Proper structural way to add a H1 lead-in/breadcrumb?
On Monday, August 5, 2002 at 16:07, aardvark wrote:
a> i tend to write the breadcrumb into a <p> and style that, but try to
a> keep it grouped with the other navigation on the page, or near the
a> page header... sadly, i've never found an appropriate semantic or
a> structural element that i think handles it, so i defer to placement
a> and the trusty <p>...
what about an unordered list set to display inline?? is there anything
wrong with that?? a breadcrumb trail could be seen as a list....
From lon.kraemer" [EMAIL-REMOVED] Mon Aug 5 13:48:30 2002
From: lon.kraemer" [EMAIL-REMOVED] (lon.kraemer)
Date: Mon Aug 5 12:48:30 2002
Subject: [css-d] odd float behaviour in IE6
> inflexions.com: homeIs there any explaination as to why a floating div
> doesn't show in IE6 / Win 2000 when the containing div's position is
> explicitly set to relative?
> Have a look at the 2 URLs below:
> As you can see IE makes the space for the float but doesn't render the
> image. If you refresh very quickly a number of times you can see the
> appear momentarily. The only difference between the two is this in the
> When the "position:relative" is removed all is fine. I thought
> the default value for position anyway.
No. position:static is the default.
> There probably is no explaination but perhaps it's usefull for
Add a proper doctype.
There's a stray </script> tag.
For convenience of those wishing to help, put your style in the .html so
we don't have to pull down the external css file.