Thanks for the help as far as I can tell the column drop is related to alt
text and the lack of image dimensions. I was working on tracking down
another bug in firefox where the height of the images in the right column
was being inserted as white space between the end of the columns and the
clearing element if the images were not given dimensions. I am still trying
to work through a bunch of different test cases I have put together to try
and track down the exact cause but I at least have somewhat of a fix now.
> From: Ingo Chao [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
> Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2006 22:16:55 +0100
> To: Thierry Koblentz [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
> Cc: [EMAIL-REMOVED]
> Subject: Re: [css-d] IE column shift problem
> Thierry Koblentz wrote:
>> Also, I'd be curious to see if the same thing happens if that image was
>> higher up in the markup rather than at the very end of the document.
> Tried to move it up as first child of the right column. No change.
> The column still drops here initially.
> width="250px" height="90px" seems to stabilize it in this case.
> I'd say don't remove the alt as it is required, insert the dimensions
> Or just let it drop and tell the CEO it's by design.
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