>> 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.
What's the uri of the "solved" version
> My previous questions, however, still applies,
What were your previous questions and what uri did they apply to? I tend
to delete your flood of e-mails on receipt :-) .
> since I've solved this based
> on try's.
I solve most everything based on trying. After tying many, many times
stuff starts to sink in. So I probably can't help. Unless to suggest you
commit the entire CSS 2.1 spec to memory. In which case you will
probably know the answer to most every question that comes up. Knowing
the answer to every coding question does not necessarily make you any
better at putting up a page. Your average 7 year old child could put up
a better page than some of the folks that wrote the CSS2.1 specs.
> Kind Regards,
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