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Stackelberg
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IP logged posted posted 10-02-2006 15:54 Edit Quote

Simple question - what property causes absolutely positioned div's to shift downwards in Firefox (relative to their correct positioning in IE?)
Thanks

Tyberius Prime
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IP logged posted posted 10-02-2006 17:55 Edit Quote

Probably a not defined margin or padding.

Stackelberg
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IP logged posted posted 10-02-2006 18:42 Edit Quote

Padding *and* margin are both set to 0 0 0 0;
Any other ideas? Xhtml validates otherwise.

Ramasax
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IP logged posted posted 10-02-2006 18:45 Edit Quote

Make sure you have also set the margin to 0 on any block level elements inside the div as well, for example headers and p tags.

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reisio
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IP logged posted posted 10-02-2006 19:09 Edit Quote

http://www.complexspiral.com/publications/uncollapsing-margins/



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