> The intend result is with equal width between boxes.
> I have search the listamatic website, and most of the examples were
> with not fixed width among li elements.
> However, I've just found one that has fixed elements, and I notice that
> it uses display:block; instead of display:inline; could this be
> related ?
> Thanks again,
> Ps - My css-d list messages were on my junk folder. I have noticed only
> now. I'm sorry for any inconvenience it may have caused.
Well, apparently, changing the display:inline; to display:block; allow me to
better control both: padding and the fixed width.
My previous questions, however, still applies, since I've solved this based
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