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Re: [css-d] NS6 & XHTML DOCTYPES

Sent by Jim Barraud on 25 January 2002 15:03


That was a pretty interesting thread, but my page doesn't use any tables. I
don't think it has anything to do with tables. It's the images that the
space is being placed under.

>> From: "Eric A. Meyer" [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
>> 
>>> I've recently been doing some sites that are CSS and XHTML
>>> compliant. No errors. But in NS6 I get breaks after my images. This
>>> doesn't happen in any other browser. But once I take out the
>>> XHTML/Transitional DOCTYPE.. it works in NS6. Put back the DOCTYPE
>>> and it's broken again. I've been able to work around the problem
>>> some-what by putting the images as DIV background images... but this
>>> just isn't going to work for every image.
>> 
>>     Yes, there's a reason.  Would you believe it has to do with the
>> layout of text lines?  Look for an article announcement later today.
> 
> or is it related to quirks/strict modes?
> 
> Does Netscape 6 Break Your Table Layouts?
> http://evolt.org/article/css-d/17/4427/
> 
> read all the comments...
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