> To avoid the last line of paragraph text to display at a different
> line-height (lower than the rest of para text) in NN4+ just include a
> space between the final period and closing </p>. e.g.:
I wondered why, when I use HTMLTidy, all my paragraphs had a final space
added to them. Is this HTMLTidy doing the kludge for me?
Is it a NN4+ bug, or is it just that Netscape decided that's how it would
I know the MSIE isn't perfect, but so many of NN problems are definitely
bugs (not performing to W3C standards), that when it just does something
you don't expect, (i.e. interprets a W3C standard in a different way to
another more popular browser) then you tend to assume it's a bug.
> To force vertical scrollbar in NN4+ when page is dynamically loaded
> (as from DB) using either relative or absolute positioned divs
> (instead of clunky table layout) just include
> <p> </p><p> </p> immediately before closing </body>. e.g.:
Now that just does sound like a different interpretation and not a bug as