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margin above of <p>


I've just got a small question considering the margin above a <pelement.


With IE there's about no space between the grey box and the word
With Firefox there's just the right spacing inbetween these two.

What's causing thing and how can I workaround this in IE?

Aug 23 '07 #1
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Scripsit Axel Siebenwirth:
I've just got a small question considering the margin above a <p>
I have many big questions concerning the markup. It's a complicated mess of
table layout with embedded CSS.
With IE there's about no space between the grey box and the word
What in your code makes you think there should be? And spacing is generally
a matter of styling (CSS), not HTML.
With Firefox there's just the right spacing inbetween these two.
Consider that as a coincidence: the browser behaves as if it read your mind.

Technically, it might have something to do with default margins for p
elements when they appear inside a td element, or something like that. But
the page contains no _paragraph_, so why are you using p markup?

Adequate markup for the content would consist of something like the

<form action="..." method="post">
<div><label for="id">Benutzername:</label>
<input id="id" name="user_id" type="text" size="15" maxlength="30"></div>
<div><label for="pwd">Passwort:</label>
<input id="pwd" name="password" type="password" size="15"
<div><input type="submit" value="Anmelden"></div>

It might be argued that a table, with labels in one column and corresponding
input fields in another, would be better markup for some purposes.

Anyway, the _rest_ is a matter of styling, not CSS. And the simple, logical
markup is a much better starting point for styling than a confusing layout

Jukka K. Korpela ("Yucca")

Aug 23 '07 #2

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