On 26 Nov 2005, at 12:19 am, David Laakso wrote:
I'm a bit surprised as to what happens,... and I still can't reproduce
it on my side.
Anyway, in the latest stylesheet, you had deleted the rules about
display:table on div#header-minor, div#footer-minor, div#header,
div#footer, but left the display:inline-table.
That last one is recognised by Opera and Safari, but not my Gecko.
might cause problems and is *not* needed.
On guess as what may be the problem: the images have a size of 100px by
100px, ** and ** are used multiple times: at the top of the page, in
the side bar and at the bottom of the page. Maybe this is a cause of
confusion somewhere for some browsers.
Using the code I suggested earlier (using display:table-cell for the
thumbs at the top and bottom), and using resized images to 50px by 50px
for the thumbs on top and bottom, I posted a testpage:
IE (m and w) gets the old rules (float:left;}, as they don't understand
Can you, or anyone, still reproduce the problems ?
It works fine on OS X browsers (Opera 7.5, 8.5, Safari 1.3, Firefox
1.07, 1.5, 1.6a1, iCab 3.0, IE mac)
I haven't tested IE W.
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