[thelist] Firefox Quirk Found, need help.

Darrell King darrellgking at gmail.com
Tue Aug 28 08:00:50 CDT 2007

They render visually immediately above the element following them in the

The name attribute is being deprecated in the anchor tag, I think, but I
haven't looked to see what the XHTML options are for this usage.


On 8/28/07, Lee Kowalkowski <lee.kowalkowski at googlemail.com> wrote:
> On 27/08/07, Chris Dorer <cdorer at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Within a container div is a list of divs inside.  Each div has an anchor
> tag
> > link to foo.  When there are items that excede the height of
> .PTcontainBDY,
> > the scroll bar appears due to the overflow. Clicking on an item that is
> in
> > the overflow section, causes the scroll to jump back up to the scroll
> top
> > zero position, highlighting that clicked anchor tag like it was clicked.
> > The user then has to scroll back down and reclick the anchor to do said
> > anchor tag action.
> Do the taget anchors anchors have any content or are they like this:
> <a name="foo"></a>
> ...in which case - how do you know where they are rendered?
> --
> Lee


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