User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7b) Gecko/20040421
Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7b) Gecko/20040421
In the first ordered list on the page,
http://www.rotted.com/fs8/race/doc/install.html#1, notice that Mozilla inserts a
line break between the unlinked and linked text. I've experimented and found
that it adds the spurious line break always right before the first link in the
ordered list, be it in the first item or further down. Subsequent items in the
list behave as expected as you can see.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create an ordered list.
2. In two of the list items, include a hyperlinked word.
The first occurance of a linked word will have an unintended line break just
before the link.
Only break lines between list items or other block delimitters.
The markup is:
<li> Text <a href="something"> More text </a> </li>
Now this is not valid HTML, since an <a> element may not contain another <a>
element (and may not contain <ul> either). So the parser fixes it up to:
<li> Text </li>
<a href="something"> More text </a>
See where the linebreak is coming from?
This is already filed...
this also occurs with the xhtml format: <a name="whatever" />
This also resets the font size (and probably other things) at the point of the
line break. See, for instance:
And note that the page:
Is valid xhtml, without <a&rt; elements embedded in other <a&rt; elements.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 167467 ***
You've marked this bug as a duplicate of a bug marked "RESOLVED INVALID" - but
this bug is NOT resolved nor is it invalid (it still exists in current versions
of Mozilla/Firefox, and it happens even when displaying a page that uses valid
XHTML/CSS). I recommend either reopening this bug, or reopening Bug 167467.