Big John wrote:
> >Basically, IE has a well known habit of enclosing wrapped floats
> >even without a 'clearing' element after the float. The link action
> >is simply toggling this incorrect behavior on and off. When it's
> >'off', the bottom part of the float extends out of the container,
> >where IE refuses to show it.
Peter Bowyer wrote:
> so is there a known fix?
A clearing element does it. If you instead make the float 'relative',
it won't get cut off, but the container still does the trick.
"What the world needs is a good bug ring"--Big John
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