I think, I'm totally at loss with a problem regarding IE's padding and
the Faux Colum method applied to three little columns.
The page in question is at http://footils.org/dradio/css-d.html with
the relevant part of the CSS at http://footils.org/dradio/css-d.css
I'm only interested in the three blocks with the red background color
in the middle top area of the page (inside an id called "breite").
(You'll discover them easily, they are an ugly and totally out of
Those three boxes should only be as high as the image inside or as
high as the largest text inside one of the three (like a 3-column
layout in small.)
Gecko-Browsers do it perfectly, but IE adds a padding to the bottom of
the three blocks, which I must remove somehow.
Funnily the padding goes away if I remove the background images which
fake the column borders, as is realized here:
Without the bg-images, IE does not grow the boxes anymore, grr.
As I'm a bit under deadline pressure and as I already have tried
Everything-I-know(tm), I would love if someone could take a look at
(Another problem is the 1px wide "padding on the right side of the
rightmost block, in case anyone has an idea how to work around that
Thank you a lot!
Frank Barknecht _ ______footils.org__
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