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h2 with border/floating div right

Sent by Jim Wright on 24 March 2006 15:03

I actually just set a background color for the floated div, which took
care of the issue.
The test site is still on a internal server, so I don't have a example
I can show you right now.

On 3/24/06, Zoe M. Gillenwater [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Jim Wright wrote:
> > I have a site where I am using a border on a H2, which is used as the
> > heading in the main content area of the page.  On some pages, I am
> > wanting to put a box of nav links on the right side of the main
> > content area, with the content wrapping around it.  Problem is that
> > the border on the H2 extends under the floated div.  What is the best
> > way to avoid that?  It doesn't extend under the floated div in IE,
> > only in FF/NS.
> >
> This is correct behavior. Floats only displace inline content, so the
> heading is still sitting underneath the float. Thus, its border appears
> under the float.  There are ways to work around this, but it depends on
> the layout. Can you post a link to the page?
> Zoe
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> UNC Highway Safety Research Center
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