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January 26, 2005, 11:49 am
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divs. The issue is with the paddedtext class. If I have this set to
100% width the text hangs over the edge of the tableborder div in
Firefox. If I take the width off its fine in Firefox, but pushes
tableborder wider in IE6.
Could anyone give me a pointer on this.
Help Appreciated. Thanks.
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border-top: silver 1px solid;
border-left: silver 1px solid;
border-bottom: silver 1px solid;
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Re: Problems with divs in IE and Firefox
> I have a fairly simple page (attached below) with a couple of nested
From the HTML perspective, a div element is just a meaningless (i.e.,
semantically empty) block-level container. Extremely boring, though often
useful for slapping a class attribute into it, or maybe a lang attribute,
> The issue is with the paddedtext class.
You have a CSS problem, not an HTML problem. Please do not forget to post
the URL and drop the copy of the code when re-posting your question into
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