Rob Lifford wrote:
> I used a a variation of Mr. Meyer's pure css popups on this page:
> (CSS at www.fernandezgroupinc.com/fgi.css)
> Also, you might notice on the style sheet that I have -20px top margin on
> the popup block. This is because Mozilla was, before declaring any top
> margin, displaying the blocks several lines below the link that contained
> the span. Any idea why that was happening? IE6 was placing the top of the
> block perfectly inline with the top of the text link that contained the span
> (the behavior I had expected). With the -20px top margin it still looks OK
> in IE and it brought the block up to a reasonable location in Mozilla.
I recently had a run-in with this issue, and came up with this:
I'm not sure why Moz doesn't agree with IE, but I bet Moz is
just being its typical 'super strict' self.
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