var sidebar_align = 'right';
var content_container_margin = parseInt('350px');
var sidebar_width = parseInt('330px');
Mozilaa vs. IE (once again)
Ok so my code is perfect!! The site is looking sweet and our clients latest reaction was "DAMN man".
Open Mozilla, type in the URL, wow it's not perfect. So I take a screen shot, and using the Marquee tool in Photoshop, I measure out the areas, needless to say, it adds an extra 7 pixels.
Seriously, WHY is this? Other peoples sites look fine, but for some reason I have to mess around with my code, when I know it IS perfect.
(been coding HTMl & CSS for 3 years now)
Had an idea;
Going to pertition and ask Microsoft to buy them out and scrap it
Found out that it adds the stylesheet padding
So infact it adds 6px, not a bad estimate from my marquee estimating. The CSS is correct, and nothing wrong with the HTML, so why does Mozilla add the 6px when it's not being told to?
Submit a bugzilla report if you think it's an error on their part. They are open to suggestions, comments and what not.
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Definately an error on their part
Wasnt Mozilla invented before IE ?
So it is IE that is not perfect.
Mozilla came about after IE as best of my knowledge?
But the programming is done according to w3 (where I learnt), so Mozilla must be processing the CSS wrong
Whats the URL to the page thats messing up?
PM, Trifolic thanks again for trying to help