On 5/21/07, Melianor [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Hi Jeff,
> 1. Images are not block elements, so applying float to them will
> trigger funny experiences with some browsers. So either add display:
> block to the css or build a wrapper div around the images.
> 2. Your clearing div is causing the space problem, since IE will
> reserve some space inside that div, due to default line-height,
> font-size and so on and even some default height, added by the
> So reduce those to 0 or 1px, or something similiar or you can also add
> a "<!-- -->" comment inside the div to counter the problem. So that IE
> will know, hey there is really no content inside this div, so i don't
> need to set any default values.
> regards, Jens
thanks for looking at my page. i don't quite get what you're saying though.
the haslayout is applied to all of the divs via the style in the head of the
document. when i remove it the problem is fixed, however, due to the CMS
that the company is using that embedded style has to be there. i also tried
adding height: 0; to all clearing divs to no solution. is there a way to
remove that has layout from things?
the images aren't floating, they are wrapped in a div which is floating
right. so i'm stumped! ie6 is my enemy!
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