On my homepage I use HTML4 with CSS. I defined two classes for the img tag named "left" and "right". They use the "float:left;"and "float:right;" attribute in the CSS. When I use an image with class="left" the text is to the right of it. Very good so far. If this text contains an ordered list (and probably the problem is with an unordered list too) this list is aligned wrong. The numbers of the list are at the right border of the image. See the page http://www.johann-glaser.at/projects/DSO/frontend/index.php and substitute "right" to "left" in the first image. This is a Gecko engine problem. (Mozilla/5.0 Galeon/1.2.5 (X11; Linux i686; U;) Gecko/20020610 Debian/1.2.5-1)
Could you please attach a screen dump of the relevant portion of the page? I only see right floating images with text and lists properly to the left. I don't see any list anywhere near a left floating image.
dup di dup..... *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 57882 ***