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margin-left, inline elements, IE5

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I've just been testing some menus which use margin-left applied to
span and anchor elements. In IE6 it's fine. In IE4 margin-left seems
only to apply to block elements. Frankly that doesn't concern me,
given that very few use that browser. But what is the situation with
IE5 and IE5.5?
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Peter Cartwright wrote:
I've just been testing some menus which use margin-left applied to
span and anchor elements. In IE6 it's fine. In IE4 margin-left seems
only to apply to block elements. Frankly that doesn't concern me,
given that very few use that browser. But what is the situation with
IE5 and IE5.5?


uri? I'll test it in IE 5/Win if you have a test case.

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Brian
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Jul 20 '05 #2

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Brian <us*****@julietremblay.com.invalid-remove-this-part> wrote in message news:<mkHIb.712547$Fm2.618064@attbi_s04>...
Peter Cartwright wrote:
I've just been testing some menus which use margin-left applied to
span and anchor elements. In IE6 it's fine. In IE4 margin-left seems
only to apply to block elements. Frankly that doesn't concern me,
given that very few use that browser. But what is the situation with
IE5 and IE5.5?


uri? I'll test it in IE 5/Win if you have a test case.


Apologies for the delay. Is the 'indented' span indented in IE5?
http://website.lineone.net/~peterct07/menutest.htm
Jul 20 '05 #3

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Peter Cartwright wrote:
Brian <us*****@julietremblay.com.invalid-remove-this-part> wrote in
message news:<mkHIb.712547$Fm2.618064@attbi_s04>...
Peter Cartwright wrote:
> I've just been testing some menus which use margin-left applied to
> span and anchor elements. In IE6 it's fine. In IE4 margin-left seems
> only to apply to block elements. Frankly that doesn't concern me,
> given that very few use that browser. But what is the situation with
> IE5 and IE5.5?


uri? I'll test it in IE 5/Win if you have a test case.


Apologies for the delay. Is the 'indented' span indented in IE5?
http://website.lineone.net/~peterct07/menutest.htm


No, it's the same as the other one.
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Jim Dabell

Jul 20 '05 #4

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Jim Dabell wrote:
Peter Cartwright wrote:
Brian <us*****@julietremblay.com.invalid-remove-this-part> wrote in
message news:<mkHIb.712547$Fm2.618064@attbi_s04>...
Peter Cartwright wrote:
> I've just been testing some menus which use margin-left applied to
> span and anchor elements. In IE6 it's fine. In IE4 margin-left seems
> only to apply to block elements. Frankly that doesn't concern me,
> given that very few use that browser. But what is the situation with
> IE5 and IE5.5?

uri? I'll test it in IE 5/Win if you have a test case.


Apologies for the delay. Is the 'indented' span indented in IE5?
http://website.lineone.net/~peterct07/menutest.htm


No, it's the same as the other one.


It is indented in Internet Explorer 5.5 & 6.0 though (just 5.0 is
non-indented).

--
Jim Dabell

Jul 20 '05 #5

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