> Ingo Chao wrote:
> > Just did a Opera9 (technical preview, built 8031, Win) test
> > on my old inline-block testpage
> Downloaded your page and made a few tests with variations on
> it. Adding 'display: inline-table' into the mix made a huge
> difference in what I could do with it across browser-land.
> Got an acceptable result (not flawless) all the way back
> to Opera 7.22. Opera9prev1, FF1.5RC3,
> Safari1.2.4 and IE6 display it more or less identical.
> I'll create a couple of "normal" layouts with it, and some
> image-galleries. We'll see... :-)
I've played in the past with this combinations of 'inline-blocks' and
similar, creating many image galleries examples , and also a page 
with some blocks of texts (lists) inside the 'inline-blocks.'
My conclusion is that there are too many variations, small problems,
complications (not to mention that -moz-inline-box should not be used
according to the Mozilla folks themselves) that I don't consider this of
any practical use. I'm sure this won't stop you :-)
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