Good evening Beto,
It was foretold that on 7-12-2004 @ 17:44:33 GMT-0600 (which was
0:44:33 where I live) Beto (forums) would write:
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Bf> to get IE understand it. It is still like building a house of cards though -
Bf> once you get IE's and FF's act together after lots of time, effort and
Bf> hundreds of code lines,then something goes wrong (specially on menus and
Bf> various cases of complex layout positioning) on Opera or other browser and
Bf> then you have to figure out what's triggering that bug
As a general rule of thumb, those problems often occur because of the
differences between the defaults browsers use. I always use a margin
and padding of 0 on the body element to start with. Also setting
other elements to 0 is helpful, so you give them what they need later
down the sheet. I recently experimented with a template where i used
instead of on the body element and that worked out nicely :-)
Bf> With that said, I must admit it has been a while since I last tried Opera,
Bf> maybe I should give it a try again (just downloaded it).
"We" Opera fans upgrade real quick and i have seen the progress from
5.x to 7.x and i think you will be surprised.
Feel free to contact me off-list if you have any questions about Opera
(before our list mom politely reminds us of getting OT ;-) )
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