Using the 1999121008 build - tested on Win 95, Win NT, Win 98, Mac8.5 and Linux Red Hat 6.0 (Linux 2.2). Steps to reproduce: Open the attached file with images Expected result: Two images should be bottom aligned Actual result: Right image is a bit higher at the bottomthan left image. Behavior is across platform. Nav aligns images correctly
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
The display is correct. The first image has the "vertical-align: bottom" style, so it is aligned to what would be the bottom line for the text, if some text were present. The second image has no style attached to it, so it is aligned to the base line of any text that could be there. I understand that my explanations may be a bit confusing so see the new testcase that I'm going to attach. Closing as invalid.
Yes, I see that since the second image does not have a vertical align style set, it defaults to baseline which will not align the images evenly. Another problem then might be related to Nav quirks. Will take this issue offline with assigned engineer.
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