7334Re: [NH] Position Image Using CSS
- Nov 21, 2013Interviewed by CNN on 21/11/2013 09:11, Ray Shapp told the world:
>No, this is right, I missed that. So, yeah, XP users who are still using
> The <figcaption> tag is supported in Internet Explorer 9, Firefox,
> Opera, Chrome, and Safari.
> *Note:* Internet Explorer 8 and earlier versions, do not support the
> <figcaption> tag.
> Is this comment incorrect?
IE are going to have problems. That's a lot more than the 5% I quoted
before -- IE7 is just a drop in the bucket, but IE8 actually is
estimated to be more than 20% of the public. So, yeah, 1/4 of visitors
might have problems. Too many to disregard, I guess. So, I reverse my
previous comment -- unless you are pretty sure that your public mostly
uses modern browsers (that's my market, so it didn't cause problems for
me), it's a bit early to push <figure> and <figcaption> to general usage.
> I like the use of <table> for just the image and caption becauseSure -- just apply "float:right" to the entire table. Any block element
> that's something familiar, but is there a way to float the table?
can be floated, this is not a new thing, has been a part of CSS since...
I don't know, CSS 1.0 I guess, a long time ago.
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