7971Re: [NTO] Safari problem
- Apr 29, 2008Hi
I would put <center>xxxxxx</center> it is old fashioned but the text stays
in the center no matter how wide the page is.
THANKYOU DAVE M
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From: "Axel Berger" <Axel-Berger@...>
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Sent: Monday, April 28, 2008 4:17 AM
Subject: [NTO] Safari problem
> In my design http://fdp-odenthal.de I had the main headline line up
> with the central column below. This line-up was defined using an em
> width and was kept regardless of the font size. If the reader was to
> make the size smaller than standard it began to overlap the image on
> the left, but I disregarded that, as it made the text illegible
> anyway, and catered for those with non-perfect eyesight and bigger
> fonts. (This includes me. I grudgingly went with the crowd and
> dubious majority taste in making standard text smaller than 100 %,
> but in my own browsers I forbid such tampering and would not use it
> in designs where I am the arbiter.)
> Now a problem arose with Apple, whose standard em is 12 pixels, not
> 16. I have now placed the headline at a fixed pixel position, but am
> not happy. My inclination is to tell those arrogant Appleistas to go
> stuff themselves, but the boss is one of them.
> I have often missed a declaration like "take 12em or 145px whichever
> is bigger" in CSS. A combination of a size plus a min size is only
> defined for width and height, not, unfortunately for e.g. padding.
> Has anyone got an idea how to achieve that, i.e. set a left padding
> of 12 em with a minimum of 145 px?
> Or alternatively is there any way of targeting Safari in a CSS?
> There dozens for IE, but none for Safari it seems.
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