The infamous inline-block property
I've been reading more and more about the shaky support for inline-block, and I was wondering if anyone knew a good solution to dealing with variable WIDTH content for this kind of display that would work with the problem browsers (IE6 and 7 and earlier versions of Firefox than 3.5)?
The page I have set up as a tester at the moment is:
I am, of course, a new developer -- DHTML is my bread and butter, but I'm still learning my way around these cross-browser issues.
Have you tried float?
IE has no problem with adding tables with dom methods if valid (complete) tables are created.
float and tables in IE
Actually, I'm exaggerating a bit when I say IE didn't like rendering tables. I think the page I tried it on worked fine in IE 8, but had some problems in IE 5-7. Maybe there was another issue. As far as I know, it was lexically correct (<table><tr><td></td></tr></table>).
I'll see what I can do with just using float instead.
This is correct
inline-block works fine in IE for elements than can legitimately be block displayed.
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