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ie7 resizes text automagically

XHTML+CSS issue: IE7 automatically enlarging text and uncentering stuff. [more inside]
posted by signal on May 5, 2008 - 4 answers

IE6 css postioning bug

I am trying to get pure-css sidenotes to work, and have run up smack against a IE6 (but not 7) css-bug. [more inside]
posted by signal on Jan 21, 2008 - 15 answers

.check_this_out baby {tenemos: 'tremendo_lio';}

IE CSS Bug #65536: This page works fine in a real browser, but breaks in IE6. The boxes containing "Article 1" and "Article 2" should be to the right of the menu, but instead the text wraps around, and the black border stretches out as if the menu wasn't there. Please hope me. Here's the CSS.
posted by signal on Mar 17, 2006 - 11 answers

html email: css or not css?

I am working on an application that will send an html-newsletter. It looks great in thunderbird or Outlook, and like crap in Gmail or Hotmail, which a lot of the recipients use. The template uses css, which is included in the headers of the message (not linked). What is the common wisdom about html-email that looks good in Hotmail and Gmail? Is there any way to keep the CSS or do I have to start over from scratch? [more inside]
posted by signal on Dec 5, 2005 - 11 answers

CSS positioning: X px from bottom

In CSS, is there any way to make the background image have a set distance from the bottom of the div? [more inside]
posted by signal on Apr 7, 2005 - 14 answers

How do you ensure consistent yet accesible font sizes across platforms using CSS?

How do you ensure consistent yet accesible font sizes across platforms using CSS?
I have a site where I set the SIZE attribute of the BODY tag to 80%, and then set all the other font sizes using ems, which in theory should give me consistent fonts while allowing people to change the font size (which is why I don't just use pixels for the whole thing).
Unfortunately, in IE 5, this results in way too large fonts.
What's your method?
posted by signal on Nov 26, 2004 - 7 answers

Internet Explorer vs. CSS

What's your preferred method for dealing with IE's less-than-stellar CSS box-model interpretation (specifically, where it adds padding to DIVs). Currently, I am using 2 divs, the outside one has the "width" attribute set, the inner one the padding. Works, but is kind of clunky.
Do you have anything simpler or more elegant?
posted by signal on Oct 5, 2004 - 6 answers

Troubleshoot CSS for different broswers?

CSS Issue: I need to add a 45° notch to the bottom right of a table, so I made an oversize background GIF with said notch, assigned it as a background and set its 'background-position attribute' to '100% 100%', as per w3 instructions. The test page I made works fine in IE6, but doesn't work at all in Firebird 0.7, Opera 7.21 or Safari 1.1. Here's the CSS, and the GIF.
posted by signal on Jan 15, 2004 - 14 answers

Examples of good web design?

As a budding web designer, what are good sites to steal ideas from? Hopefully ones that update frequently and cover a wide range of style / technologies, though minimalism/CSS is where I'm at right now.
posted by signal on Jan 12, 2004 - 26 answers

CSS Question: is it possible to redefine a tag only within the context of a certain class?

CSS Question: is it possible to redefine a tag only within the context of a certain class?

For instance, if I have a class called text1, could I specify that any [a] element which is contained in a [span] with the text1 class have certain properties?

I know I could define it for each a with an a.text1 selector, what I want is to not have to set a class for each a element, but rather just wrap them all in the span.
posted by signal on Jan 5, 2004 - 4 answers

Safari. CSS rendering issue. Help!

Safari CSS rendering issue.

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posted by signal on Dec 12, 2003 - 8 answers

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