Element <HR> (horizontal line) don't work with all css styles. For example: height, clear:both etc... For example try this: <HTML> <HR style="height:1px;"> </HTML> Work good in Internet Explorer and Opera, but not Mozilla.
Dupe of bug #18150 ??
Not dupe! bug #18150 is only about attribute height, but <HR> not support clear:both function in css.
Could you be more specific or provide a testcase ? Clear:both on <hr> works for me and I am not sure that Mozilla has a bug with its height since mozilla <hr> has a default border on this tag while IE hasn't. If you do <hr style="border:0; height:1px;">, you get a 1 px line that you can even colour while you can't with IE. In fact, you can do many more things with <hr> and CSS in Moz than you can with IE (border:1px dotted red; height:3px; background-color:yellow; for instance). The only way I could somewhat reproduce your bug is to forget to provide a DTD or to work with transitional HTML, in this case you work in quirks mode, a mode in which everything is possible ;-)
There is example HTML code with clear function. There is one float image an hr. When I use <BR clear="both"> all works OK. <HTML> <IMG SRC="test" width=100 height=100 style="float:left;"> <HR style="height:1px;clear:both;"> </HTML>
Here is your code with valid HTML, you'll see that it works : <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"> <html> <head> <title>test</title> </head> <body> <img src="test.jpg" alt="" style="float:left; width:100px; height:100px;"> <hr style="height:1px; clear:both;"> </body> </html> The problem you are seeing only appears in quirks mode for compatibility reasons with old pages. In quirks mode hr elements are inline elements and not block elements : http://lxr.mozilla.org/seamonkey/source/layout/html/document/src/quirk.css#220 Add display:block to your code or (much better) use a strict HTML/XHTML DTD to avoid quirks mode. I believe this bug should be marked as invalid unless somebody wants to change Mozilla quirks mode decisions.
Sorry, I thought that browsers don't detect DOCTYPE tag. Why my example work in Opera and IE good? Why U use some quirk?
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
In fact browsers DO detect DTDs :-) they use it to display the page in a more (strict mode) or less (transitional, also called loose or "quirks" mode) standards compliant way. Usually, modern browsers (Opera 6, IE6, IE5Mac, Mozilla and other Gecko browsers) render pages very similarly with a strict DTD, the quirks mode exists because modern browsers would break the display of many old sites that did not follow the evolution of standards. You will find useful resources here : http://www.webstandards.org/learn/
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