On Mon, 2 Dec 2002 17:40:57 +0100, Mark Howells [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
>>> 100% width + 10px padding = wider than 100%.
>>> 80% height + 40px padding = taller than 80%.
>> Padding is included in height/width. IE doesn't get it though.
> According to the W3C specification, the padding and margins are added to
> the content width, so a box with content width of 100% with any padding
> will be wider than 100% (if interpreted correctly by the browser).
And IE 6 gets it fine (were fine is relative to you own wishes) depending
on which DOCTYPE you use.
Mat should read this:
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