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June 3, 2005, 3:34 am
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is a desired dark brown border surrounding the horizontal menu.
When viewed in FF the border seems to only be displayed above the menu
instead of surrounding it.
I would love to know the reson why, and how to make the border display the
same in both browsers.
All CSS is embedded and/or inline.
Re: Got me beat...
But what height? In pixels like width? In em? In %? It looks ok at a guessed
px height, true.
But it all breaks down when changing browser font sizes. And rather
dramatically where the rect border can be outside the links altogether. Is
there some fundamental reason to use tables? Yes? Fine! Then why mess about
with all this stuff of divs within and fancy css? If you are going to code
according to the idea of separating style from content and run this
difficult river, then do so without tables and then the disadvantages of
having it break down a bit at least can be balanced. If you use tables
anyway, you don't need these headaches. You don't need inline this, and
margins that, display this and lists for so simple a menu if you are going
to use table cells anyway.
These remarks are directed to the OP, in case there is any