When I remove the display:table, my pixel borders disappear. Do you
have any idea about how I can keep those borders but get rid of the
other unwanted properties? I'd like this div to expand as the width
of the browser expands.
On 6/19/06, Els [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Carl Youngblood wrote:
> > On 6/19/06, Carl Youngblood [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> >> I'm having a strange problem where clicking on an ordinary a
> >> href link is not loading the page it points to properly in
> >> Firefox. Instead, it is just jumbling up the placement of
> >> the page but not sending another http request to the server.
> >> Please check this out:
> >> http://constructioncapitalsource.com/test/sample.html
> >> Really weird. Any ideas?
> > One more detail: apparently the bug doesn't occur on the links
> > at the top-right of the page--just on the links that are below
> > the horizontal menu.
> You gave #container "display:table;".
> You've also set the width of the floated children to resp. 70%
> and 29.5%. This is a percentage of their parent's width, but
> since the parent has display:table, it shrink-wraps around the
> children. Vicious cycle :-)
> No idea whatsoever why clicking the links triggers the #container
> collapsing, but if you either take off "display:table", or add a
> set width to #container, nothing collapses, so the links don't
> disappear from under your mouse half way clicking them (which is
> why it seems like they're not working).
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