Christian Heilmann wrote:
It is hard to fathom what you are trying to achieve looking at this
tagsoup. Do you have a screenshot / URL with the real thing?
I apologize. It's been less than a month since I read my first line of html
(or, for that matter, any other code). So I'm still new at this, including
Thanks for the input - and I'll look into that solution, when I get the time
(and figure out what you meant). For now I found an 'interrim solution'.
Just to keep things straight, I'll present the problem again, though - this
time without the code.
What I want:
Presented in the 'framebox' in this link: http://pefco.dk/testing/test.htm
The box is going to contain two kinds of data:
1. Actual tabular data (items 1-3).
The items may consist of several lines and the links (html and pdf)
only of 1. There's most likely a better design, but I'll worry about that
later - unless
someone has some input to share
2. Non-tabular data (items 4-6)
To make the design consistent this data needs to be put in tables
Aligning the bullets with crossbrowser compatibility - vertically,
marginwize- and sizewize. Apparantly putting the bullets in tables mess
things up - or maybe that's caused by some of the rest of my coding.
The 'interrim solution':
I fiddled a bit with it and think I found a way around the problem, using
background-colored divs for non-IE browsers and a 'bordered div' for IE. For
now, that's good enough, but I'll look into the suggestion made by you and
peruse the link provided by Alan Stevens.
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