(Apologies if my message is late and you already have several replies by
this point. It's 2:10 and I just got your message from 12:37. All my
mail seems to be really slow lately -- we're having network problems.)
Craddock, Melissa wrote:
>My page is located at http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/trial/travel/
>The right hand navigation has blue bars above and below the yellow
>navigation area. The blue bars have been set to a height of 3 pixels yet
>they are still showing at like 15 pixels high. My id in the CSS looks
>In my page I have it coded as follows <div id="hrblue"></div>
>Any help as to why it is not showing as 3px high would be appreciated.
IE expands blocks to hold potential text. Set your font size and
line-height for this div to something 3px or less and IE should behave.
Alternately, you could achieve the same effect with less markup and more
semantics by using a border to create that blue line.
Zoe M. Gillenwater
Highway Safety Research Center
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