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Default Re: Gap between img and containing form in IE - 05-13-2010 , 02:06 PM






David Stone wrote:
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In article<dorayme-E9B314.08170113052010 (AT) news (DOT) albasani.net>,
dorayme<dorayme (AT) optusnet (DOT) com.au> wrote:

In article
no.email-48A285.09352512052010 (AT) ...em.utoronto.ca>,
David Stone<no.email (AT) domain (DOT) invalid> wrote:

In article<hse7s1$7jh$1 (AT) speranza (DOT) aioe.org>,
Bwig Zomberi<zomberiMAPSONNOSPAM (AT) gmail (DOT) com> wrote:

If you want no padding, specify a unit.
padding: 0px;

If you want to inherit padding, use no unit.
padding: 0;

Are you sure about that?

Perhaps Zomberi is talking a fix for a bug or inability in IE
only?

It appears from else-thread that that is indeed the case.
I wonder which versions of IE that applie(d|s) to?
IE5.5 definitely had a problem. IE6 probably too.


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dorayme
 
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Default Re: Gap between img and containing form in IE - 05-13-2010 , 03:07 PM






In article
<no.email-FE88D4.09252213052010 (AT) news1 (DOT) chem.utoronto.ca>,
David Stone <no.email (AT) domain (DOT) invalid> wrote:

Quote:
In article <dorayme-E9B314.08170113052010 (AT) news (DOT) albasani.net>,
dorayme <dorayme (AT) optusnet (DOT) com.au> wrote:

In article
no.email-48A285.09352512052010 (AT) ...em.utoronto.ca>,
David Stone <no.email (AT) domain (DOT) invalid> wrote:

In article <hse7s1$7jh$1 (AT) speranza (DOT) aioe.org>,
Bwig Zomberi <zomberiMAPSONNOSPAM (AT) gmail (DOT) com> wrote:

If you want no padding, specify a unit.
padding: 0px;

If you want to inherit padding, use no unit.
padding: 0;

Are you sure about that?

Perhaps Zomberi is talking a fix for a bug or inability in IE
only?

It appears from else-thread that that is indeed the case.
I wonder which versions of IE that applie(d|s) to?
I actually have a vague memory of coming across this a long while
back. Honestly, I have never really been able to tidy-organise
any knowledge I have about IE bugs in a serious manner. I just
fire up a winbox and take things for test runs and see... or look
them up in various bookmarks or webarchives (a Mac name for
saving a website page as opposed to bookmarking).

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