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Re: [css-d] Re: any w3c plan to fix the float spec?

Sent by aardvark on 12 August 2002 17:05


> From: Tom Gilder [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
> 
> I suggested to www-style a few days ago that there should be a new
> property to change this behavior, see
> <http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-style/2002Aug/0078.html>.
> Nobody has replied yet.

i do like that... seems like it could handle a few issues...

> > This is terrible. Who in his right mind ever wants that? Always the
> > same problem, and necessitates garbage code being added to force the
> > container to stretch.
> 
> It can actually be useful. For instance, see
> <http://tom.me.uk/2002/8/css-float-example.html>.

and i rather like the effect i got here:
http://roselli.org/adrian/articles/liquid.asp

which was as i expected...


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