On Thu, 13 Jan 2005 22:33:19 -0500, BJ [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> I want a slightly bigger than normal line height for easier reading in
> the #textbox div, which is what shows in FF, but Opera doesn't recognize
> that at all.
It's in the "#textbox p" rule where you set line-height to 2.25ex. Using
ex units is not recommended because very few fonts apparently specify
their ex-height, which results in browsers needing to guess some value.
Inevitably, different browsers guess differently. I found 1.3em looked
> The second problem is the bottom of the right hand nav column, called
> #navbox which wraps the linklists. I can't seem to get the margin to
> show up
That's margin collapsing. Try using padding to push it up.
> is there any way to override the amount of indent on those unordered
When dealing with lists some browsers use padding, some margins. You
should fully specify both padding and margin on the ul/ol elements. eg,
add to the ".linklist" rule something like "margin:0;padding:0 0 0 10px;"
Andrew Gregory, <URL: [EMAIL-REMOVED] >
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