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I recently downloaded FireFox and like the product in general. I'm still working through issues like certain ftp sites report Error 530 on connection attempt. While looking at my website I noticed that table cells are a bit different. Attached is an example showing spacing added when viewed with FireFox. However if I view it with ie then the layout seems ok. The page was created with FrontPage and may need some additional editing to avoid this but I didn't expect a different layout. This site is... http://www.tradeaccountant.com/ I have also included a screen shot with ie.
Created attachment 170509 [details] FireFox Screen Shot (showing spaces in table cells) Here is an example of the problem.
Created attachment 170510 [details] FireFox Screen Shot (showing ok table cells in ie) This is an example of the same page in Internet Explorer
Assignee: bugs → dveditz
Component: Form Manager → Form Manager
Product: Firefox → Core
QA Contact: firefox.form-manager
Assignee: dveditz → nobody
Component: Form Manager → Layout
QA Contact: core.layout
These aren't showing padding in table cells, these indented items are a list within a single cell. IE uses margin-left to indent lists, Mozilla uses padding-left. The simplest thing in your case is to explicitly set padding-left to 0px to make Mozilla mimic Frontpage's IE-centric layout. Short answer: http://www.saila.com/usage/tips/defn.shtml?list_indent Long explanation from CSS guru and book author: http://www.meyerweb.com/eric/css/list-indent.html Or you could put each link in its own table cell and not use a list for this.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 14 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
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