Greetings from a nugget, barely past the basics in CSS. In trying to
develop a new header, I've found that Firefox 1.5 puts extra padding at
the top of the page. A little padding is needed to make IE7 look
proper, but even without any padding, the header in Firefox shows well
below the top of the page.
The prototype page is at
Another difference is that the color (#800000) for the <hr> below the
text in the header shows correctly as maroon in IE7, but shows an empty,
colorless line in Firefox. This is an experiment to try to make an <hr>
tag without using the deprecated attributes available within <hr>. I
found that "height: 5px;" gives about what I want in IE7 (a heavy line),
but Firefox shows an empty line.
I'd appreciate any insight, comments or suggestions.
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