On 7/23/07, Ingo Chao [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Philippe Wittenbergh wrote:
> > The height might be '0', but the :after element still contains text
> > that has a certain size (and that would a minimum of 12px on my
> > side), and thus generates a line box, and takes up space.
> > As the parent container is ultimately <html> (overflow:auto by
> > default), it expands to contain that little extra.
> > adding 'overflow:hidden' to the ::after ruleblock would fix that part.
> Does not seem to work here.
> font-size: 0; together with overflow:hidden showed better results, but I
> did not test it further.
Confirmed. overflow:hidden closes that extra space in Opera and
Safari, but _not_ in Gecko. The latter does not seems to apply
overflow:hidden to :after pseudo-elements.
Bruno Fassino http://www.brunildo.org/test
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