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Padding Problem in FireFox

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hi to all,

We are developing some website with having some css files . We want the browser to work and design to be constant in both in IE ( Internet Explorer & FireFox) . Its working fine regarding its functionality but having some problem with its design. We used some padding ( left, right , top, bottom). Its design is good in IE but in Mozilla its showing some problem in design with that of Padding.

Whether Padding supports in Mozilla . If not ,what its replacement. Please, anybody give reply.

Sep 17 '08 #1
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Out of the two, Firefox is the one that would be showing the page *correctly*.

IE doesn't have proper standard support, so it both shows a lot of stuff that is correct incorrectly, and some stuff that is incorrect *correctly* (well, incorrectly, but you get the point).
You would be encountering the latter.

Try making the page work using standards first (In Firefox or some of the other standard supporting browsers.) and then fix it for IE.
That's usually a lot easier than to code it first using some broken IE stuff and then trying to make that work on the standard supporting browsers.

We could help if you showed us the code that is causing the problem.
Sep 17 '08 #2

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Just to ditto what Atli said. Never trust IE to display what you wrote. Always, always use any other browser as your test bed.
Sep 17 '08 #3

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