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Re: [NH] some ideas and questions

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  • Mike Breiding
    Talk about sloppy typing. Got careless with the search and replace as well. In the future, I will try to remember to validate before posting questions. Thanks,
    Message 1 of 4 , Mar 19 12:21 PM
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      Talk about sloppy typing. Got careless with the search and replace as well.

      In the future, I will try to remember to validate before posting questions.

      Thanks,
      -Mike
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      At 08:53 PM 3/19/2004 +0100, you wrote:
      >Hi Mike,
      >
      > >I have been looking over some of my stuff again and I have a coupla
      > questions.
      > >
      > >I have been thinking of changing the <p class="intro"> used at:
      > >http://mbreiding.us/rt/westpenneast/
      > >http://mbreiding.us/rt/westpenneast/photos.css to <div id="intro>.
      > >I was thinking if I did this it would allow me to use <p> tags anywhere in
      > >the "intro" container. Is this correct?
      >
      >Yes.
      >
      > >I did this with my "comments"
      > >at:http://mbreiding.us/mrrt2_28_04/photo005.html .
      > >http://mbreiding.us/mrrt2_28_04/photos.css
      > >
      > >But now, if I use several <p> tags in a "comments" container ( is this the
      > >correct geek-speek for <div> ) Win IE 6 ignores the align:left and margin
      > >settings and centers all the text in <p>. If I do not use the <p> it aligns
      > >to the left and the margin settings are correct.
      > >
      > >So- How do I make the paragraphs "behave" properly in IE 6.0 if I used them
      > >in the <div id="comments"> change the
      > ><p class="intro"> to < div id=intro> and then use <p>
      >
      >Simple! Don't make any mistakes! <BG>
      ><http://snipurl.com/5772>
      >(<http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/validator?uri=http://mbreiding.us/mrrt
      >2_28_04/photo005.html>)
      >
      >Most significantly you have a couple of curly braces on the loose in
      >there. You also have a double closing quote in the HTML. Here:
      ><div>
      ><img src="photo005.jpg" "> <-- There it is
      ></div>
      >
      >Oddly enough IE is the most picky one in this case. How novel!
      >
      >Lotta
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