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CPrompt
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From: there...no..there.....
Insane since: May 2001

IP logged posted posted 08-29-2008 21:51 Edit Quote

I have this page : http://systelprinting.com/testing/ working just fine it seems in FF. In IE, there seems to be a constant bottom margin between the items.

I thought maybe it was the IE double float problem, but that didn't seem to help.

If someone could help me with the issue that would be great

Thanks in advance!

Later,

C:\

CPrompt
Maniac (V) Inmate

From: there...no..there.....
Insane since: May 2001

IP logged posted posted 09-02-2008 19:27 Edit Quote

nevermind. i'm good.

Later,

C:\

Suho1004
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From: Seoul, Korea
Insane since: Apr 2002

IP logged posted posted 09-03-2008 07:29 Edit Quote

Just out of curiosity... what was the solution? You never know when someone else will come along with the same problem.




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CPrompt
Maniac (V) Inmate

From: there...no..there.....
Insane since: May 2001

IP logged posted posted 09-03-2008 14:17 Edit Quote

I just used this.

Later,

C:\

Karl
Bipolar (III) Inmate

From: Phoenix
Insane since: Jul 2001

IP logged posted posted 09-28-2008 11:43 Edit Quote

Pretty cool!

Why the em element for the background replace technique to achieve: hover, selected, and not selected? Hmmm, maybe I get it. Is it so you can control child elements of the a element on hover? So maybe your css begins to look like:

a b { ... }
a em { .... }

a:hover b { ... }
a:hover em { ... }

I guess the em element is arbitrary, a span element would suffice?

Karl..

CPrompt
Maniac (V) Inmate

From: there...no..there.....
Insane since: May 2001

IP logged posted posted 09-29-2008 02:01 Edit Quote

Karl,

It's so you can style the height and width of the element while keeping it a link. A span element would suffice I am sure. Would probably have to set the margin and padding to 0 to make sure there isn't any extra space, which is why I think he used the em element to achieve this without any extra markup in the stylesheet.

Later,

C:\



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