Big John wrote:
><snip!> Try applying each border
>seperately, such as: 'border-right: 1px solid #000;',
>rather than 'border-width: 1px;', etc. HTH
Indeed. I did that starting out, and had the issue from the git-go. Here's
my CSS for div#photo:
border-top: none; border-bottom: 3px #000000 solid; border-right: none;
border-left: 3px #000000 solid; margin-right: -2px; margin-top: -7px;
background-color: #000000<my fudge>; height: 147px; width: 200px; float:
right; right: 0px; top: 0px; visibility: visible; position: relative;
Could the declaration order be the issue? The order given is straight from
>Will K. might also (due to the right float) be getting
>a 1px rounding error in IE/Win. This would be only
>a right side error tho.
Hmmmmm.... I'd buy *that* for a buck!! ;-)
On closer review, John, it looks like the border is .5px on top *and* right
side in MSIE 5. Adding 1px negative margin makes the photo spill out into
the body of the doc in all browsers.
Like this, Moz and NN6 do it right; Opera 5 ditto, but Opera 6 gives me 1px
on top and 0px on the right. I killed NN7 to reinstall NN6 last night
(blasted skins!!) and haven't re-installed it, so I can't verify the data on
that; haven't checked it on my other computer yet (MSIE 5.5/WinMe/Laptop)...
>Guys, I'd sure be interested in which browsers/platforms
>these problems are occuring in. (hint) :]
Currently using Win98SE, MSIE 5, NN6.2.3 (CD install), Mozilla 1.0, Opera
5.12j & 6.01j.
This leads me to another possibility, although I would consider the
possibility oddball, from far left field at best (and *quite* OT): I'm using
a 15" digital flat-panel monitor. Given that Brandon also has this issue I
tend to discount this scenario, but could this be a monitor/video/driver
issue? I tend to doubt it, but in my time with Gateway, I've seen some
pretty strange things...