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Platform: Win98, 20010707. A line of preformatted text (so no line breaks) overlaps table content to the right - I see the problem on http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2000/09/xlink/index.html?page=3
ie5 and nn4 render it the same way ... A table aligned right, <pre> text is in normal flow on its left, I figure the overlap is ok there?
The page uses <!DOCTYPE> for xhtml transitional -- strict mode is being triggered. Removing the <!DOCTYPE> (invoking quirks) makes it behave exactly like IE. This is the same thing we see with <hr /> and <table /> elements overlapping floated elements (filling the entire width of their containing block) in strict mode. I gather it's a correct implementation of the CSS spec, but I'm not an expert on floats.
Confirming issue in the July 9 branch build (20010710).
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
When the table have align="right" it demonstrates overlapping with the content of the PRE element. The next testcase have align="center" (note that is not ovelapping). This is a case that will be nice if we layout like IE or N4.x.
Created attachment 46123 [details] Same testcase (instead align="right", alignt="center") with NO overlapping.
Closing WORKSFORME on today's Linux CVS. Reopen if you can still see this problem.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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