[thelist] CSS border problem in Firefox

Ken Moore psm2713 at hotmail.com
Tue May 29 16:21:50 CDT 2007

Hi Charlotte,

I do not know if this is a CSS problem. I have a similar thing with an older 
non CSS page on FireFox. In one cell of a table, there were two graphics 
that appear to be "crowded" together. A refreash would put them back in 
line. I had to take one of them out.

In general, I have had more more trouble displaying with FireFox. It may 
have something to with the CNTR-+ to increase the text size. Or something?


Charlotte Vaughn wrote

>Hello all,
>I'm having a problem with the site I'm working on (
>http://servingcup.shatter.org), which appears to only occur in Firefox (a
>first, I think!).  On pages that are particularly long (such as:
>http://servingcup.shatter.org/whoweare.php ), the borders on the left
>vertical menu do not extend all the way to the bottom.  However, when you
>refresh the page, the problem is fixed and the borders are fine.  The CSS
>markup is here:
>.leftmenu {
>   height:100%;
>   width:128px;
>   padding: 2px;
>   padding-right:3px;
>   margin:0px;
>   border-left:1px solid #cccccc;
>   border-right:1px solid #cccccc;
>   font-size:80%;
>   }
>*html .leftmenu {
>     width:135px;
>     height:100%;
>     display:inline;
>     padding:1px;
>     margin:0px;
>Any ideas?  Any help would be appreciated.
>Thanks so much!
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