[thelist] Display is almost Perfect Between Firefox and IE

ben morrison morrison.ben at gmail.com
Thu Apr 20 06:14:06 CDT 2006

On 4/20/06, Anthony Baratta <Anthony at baratta.com> wrote:
> OK...
> I tried to resend with the mentioned demo code earlier, must have been
> eaten by the mail server, oh well.
> Here is the link for the code instead:
>   http://baratta.com/cssDemo
> Again, what I am trying to accomplish is sync up FireFox and IE so they
> look the same. Currently FireFox looks like this for the selected "tab":
>       ___| Tab Name |___
> IE has a line under the div which contains the "active" tab text. IE
> does not allow (or Firefox shouldn't allow) pushing subordinate divs
> around so that you can cover borders of a container div. Making breaks
> in the board "on-the-fly" so to speak.
> I'm really happy with the results so far with only Divs and CSS - no
> obnoxious css hacks or html hacks, so far. You should have seen the
> table layout used to do the same thing! Triple yuck!
> Anyway - any help, pointers or BBQ recipes would be greatly appreciated.

i like the look of it but not the underlying code - do you have to use
all those DIVS?

Could this not be achieved by using a UL list?

This would be a good startig point...



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