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Thread: Name the css hack

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    Ben Smith's Avatar
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    Name the css hack

    Hello gang

    Can anyone tell me what's wrong with this?
    http://shutter.magnumenterprises.co.uk/signin

    It's meant to be 2 columns, left and right inside the content box. It works absolutely fine in FF...as usual, it doesn't in IE.

    Ta very much

    Ben
    Formerly known as RampagingWalrus

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    What happens when you remove the margin's you've set for the columns?

    (margin-left: 11.15%) <-- Take that out. Does it now go into one row?

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    Ben Smith's Avatar
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    Wearer of flowery shorts
    Yeah, but I really wanted it to be in the middle, rather like in Firefox.
    I thought, as it's 33.3% wide, and there are two (making 66.6%) so there would be 3 spaces, thus 33.3%/3 = 11.15%
    Obviously not...
    Any ideas?
    Formerly known as RampagingWalrus

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    one at 33% (center) and 2 undefined width <td>'s either side?

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    Check this link for centering. Works for me in IE and everything else I've looked in.http://www.wpdfd.com/editorial/thebox/deadcentre4.html

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    Wearer of flowery shorts
    I'm not sure that worked. I want two columns, with equal spacing inside a body div, not centered.
    Formerly known as RampagingWalrus

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    Oh got it. Thanks for all your help. I used padding instead.
    Formerly known as RampagingWalrus

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