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ideas for controlling form display with CSS

Sent by css student on 22 September 2005 00:12


Thanks, very interesting use of padding and percentage -- I am going for
cross-browser compliance though, and I think that data-wise, only IE
understands this label-input implied relationship, so even if I could get
the display right -- and yourtechnique is very interesting -- I couldn't use
this solution.



On 9/21/05, Ian Skinner [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
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> This is a rough idea have how I have been doing forms lately. There is a
> big difference between IE and Compliant versions of this code and my example
> is IE specific, let me know if you need any help sorting it out.



My CSS approach is here:
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> http://www.kintera.org/site/lookup.asp?c=geIMLPOpGjF&b=1064623
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