Ingo Chao wrote:
> Just to make sure I understand you: The boxes shall wrap in centred
> "rows" like text when you resize the window or add more boxes?
> Unfortunately, Browser support does not allow for easily wrapping block
> level content - when the boxes are of different height, floats cannot do
> this, they "hook", and display: inline-block is not supported well.
> Might be easier to achieve with boxes that have the same height.
Assuming my question would be answered with yes by myself, here is a
workaround with using display:inline-block (based on an idea by Bruno
Fassino), comments included.
Allows for text-zoom and window resizing, I think, and wraps in multiple
rows(better than floats at least, but not without flaws).
Should work in IE5.5+, Opera8, Fx1.0.7-1.5RC3. Don't know what Opera9
offers or IE-Mac. Safari?
>> I could have done this in my sleep in about 10 min with a simple table
> We heard that often. Some threads with interesting questions like yours
> derived to a useless waste of time for those who participated in a
> discussion of that phrase.
Someone corrected me, my intention was to say more something like
"devolved", not "derived". Sorry.
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