I've got a quick question maybe someone can answer off the top of their heads. My CSS isn't entirely validated yet but I'm reasonably sure that isn't the issue. I do plan on doing that.
In a containing div, a div is floated left. The floated div contains two divs inside it stacked on top of each other, first an image, then a UL. The floated div is closed. Then a second div starts, containing <p> and bordered <div>s to the left of the float.
In Firefox only, for any of these bordered divs on the left that start near the connection between the two divs in the float, the bottom border has extra padding added to it that makes it slightly longer than the floated div. The bordered div now has a bunch of whitespace inside it at the bottom.
What would you look at to get rid of this?
In this instance .cleafix is
In this instance .cleafix is not a suitable technique to use as the clear property is clearing your right float, you will need to remove it and use overflow:hidden and ensure a hasLayout trigger is in place for IE.
I got it - thank you for the
I got it - thank you for the tips, even though my post was broken!
"post was broken" how so?
:? "post was broken" how so?
Forum was parsing the < I
Forum was parsing the <
I fixed it