Sent by Philippe Wittenbergh on 18 July 2006 02:02
On Jul 18, 2006, at 8:02 AM, Bruno Fassino wrote:
>> In this page <http://www.chelseacreekstudio.com/> , xp ie6
>> renders the right column p text-indent correctly.
>> However, ie7b3 standalone(on my
>> end), and ie7b2 (browsercam) approximately double the p
>> text-indent. Is
>> this doubling of a specified text-indent a known ie7 issue?
>> xp ie6.0 (pass):
>> ie7b3 standalone (fail):
>> ie7b2 browsercam (fail):
> I've never seen this problem before, don't know if it is known,
> anyway it is
> not limited to IE7 beta. It occurs in IE6 as well, but only in
> Your page put IE6 in quirks mode, but not IE7, so the problem is only
> triggered for IE7 in your page.
> The problem looks in part similar to the quirky percentages one .
> Under some conditions it seems that a percentage text-indent is
> based on the width of an ancestor instead of on the width of the
> I haven't checked the details, but just created a simple test case
> , with
> few nested wrappers. It seems that the simple addition of hasLayout
> on the
> box having text-indent fixes the problem. You could try hasLayout
> on your
> <p> or some other wrappers (not tested.)
I've seen IE 6 and 7 - in Standards mode - going mad when a <
blockquote > has a percentage based left margin/padding.
Giving 'layout' on the blockquote did fix the problem.
Something like this one:
The margin was kind of applied to the <p> inside the <blockquote>
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