> 'width' doesn't apply to inline elements, and neither does
>'height', as per CSS2.1:10.3.1
>(http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/visudet.html#q4). IE4/Win and IE5/Win
>did improperly apply those properties to inlines, and IE6/Win will do
>the same when in quirks mode. In standards mode, it won't, and
>neither will other browsers.
Fine. That's what I guessed. Just wanted to make sure it wasn't really
Actually Opera 7 (well the latest beta in any case) and IE5/Mac also pick
up on widths applied to inline elements when in quirks mode.
> Note that CSS2.1 introduces a new 'display' type called
>(http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/visuren.html#propdef-display) that allows
>for an inline box to be treated sort of like a block-level element,
>but without the "line breaks" to before and after. Unfortunately
>browser support for inline blocks is not the best right now, so
>relying on them is dicey.