[thelist] padding in NS7

Michael Pack michaelpack at wvdhhr.org
Tue Apr 1 14:41:50 CST 2003

Possibly the assignment of the navBar class to the <tr> in the second sample? This is what doesn't work for you in the first place.

>>> pixelmech at yahoo.com 04/01/03 03:32PM >>>

I have a navbar type thing that is a table row. I have this style for
it set a the TR level:

.navBar { 
	height: 16px;
	padding: 0px 10px 0px 10px;

Works fine in IE, does scratch in NS7. I figured this was because I
maybe couldn't pad the TR - so I wrapped the stuff in a DIV. It
worked in ONE place, but not the OTHER..how odd is that. Here are the
two lines:

It worked here:
<tr><td>some stuff on the left side here</td>
<td align="right" class="topnav">
<div class="navBar"><strong>&copy; Copyright 2002 Motorola,

It did NOT work here:

<tr class="navBar">
<td align="right">
<div class="navBar">
<a href="blah.html" class="topnav">My</a>&nbsp;|&nbsp;<span
class="topnavHere">Administration</span>&nbsp;|&nbsp;<a href="#"
class="topnav">Logoff</a>&nbsp;|&nbsp;<a href="#"

Any ideas?


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