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    I have a style tag that is clipping the contents of a div just fine for IE but, Firefox is not handling the overflow:hidden
    How do I do it?
    <STYLE type=text/CSS>
    #Adiv{border:1px solid green;height:181;width:240px;overflow:hidden;}
    </STYLE>

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    Quote Originally Posted by jzwp
    I have a style tag that is clipping the contents of a div just fine for IE but, Firefox is not handling the overflow:hidden
    How do I do it?
    <STYLE type=text/CSS>
    #Adiv{border:1px solid green;height:181;width:240px;overflow:hidden;}
    </STYLE>
    Note that you have not given a unit of measure for the height. In all browsers, except Internet Explorer in quirks mode, the unit of measure is required for all numbers except zero.

    <STYLE type=text/CSS>
    #Adiv{border:1px solid green;height:181px;width:240px;overflow:hidden;}
    </STYLE>

    will probably work.

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    Well, yeah, that was a good possibilty but px is a default. I still tried it tho, it didn't help

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    Well, yeah, that was a good possibilty but px is a default.
    No. Of course we have to take your implied word for it that you have a <div id="Adiv"> in your page somewhere. AFAIK Fx doesn't have an overflow:hidden bug but I could be wrong.

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    This is not proper either: <STYLE type=text/CSS>
    Should be: <style type="text/css">

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    I got another firefox problem. See me over at "javascript"

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