I am not sure that I am worried about Explorer (5.2) for the Mac,
There is so much new technology that no longer works on that browser.
Very interesting regarding the Win-Safari.
So I guess the bottom line is that I stick with the "float" ....??
On Jun 18, 2007, at 11:21 AM, David Hucklesby wrote:
> On Mon, 18 Jun 2007 10:28:51 -0700, Jonathan wrote:
>> I reposted the page with the "span" tag as "example 4":
> Interesting. I had never tried top or bottom padding for an inline
> element, so was unaware of the issue. I did know about the margins
> not applying, though. To get text to move up or down, I apply the
> vertical-align property to it instead of a margin.
> Example 3 looks identical here in Opera 9, Firefox 2, Mozilla 1.7,
> Netscape 7.2, and IE 5.01, 5.5, 6, and 7. Borders are missing from
> examples 1 and 4 in IE 5.01.
> Also interesting is the fact that Safari for Windows has the same
> behavior as shown on your Mac screen shot. (Safari for Windows
> is a beta of Safari 3.)
> Thanks for the follow-up.
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