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absolute positioning of form elements works in this testcase onlyin IE. Why?

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xHTML 1.0 strict and valid css.

But though only IE shows up like I like it.
Not Opera7.50PR1, not Mozilla1.6.

Mozilla and Opera doesnt take interest in absolute positioning
herein this testcase (2800 B) at all:

http://www.hot.ee/idaliiga/bronn1test.htm
(MSIE screenshot http://www.hot.ee/idaliiga/bronn1test.gif)
How then can I position those form elements and labels relative
to the <div class="clientarea"> like on the screenshot?
I would like positioned the labels with form controls as such:

--
dropdwnlabel dropdwnlabel
dropdown image dropdown

dropdwnlabel dropdown radio radiolabel
dropdwnlabel dropdown radio radiolabel
--
Thanks! =D

Marek Mänd // marekmand
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Marek Mänd wrote:
xHTML 1.0 strict and valid css.

But though only IE shows up like I like it.
Not Opera7.50PR1, not Mozilla1.6.
http://www.hot.ee/idaliiga/bronn1test.htm


Like I mentioned in de.comm.infosystems.www.authoring.misc, it works in
Mozilla 1.3.
Matthias

Jul 20 '05 #2

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Matthias Gutfeldt wrote:
Marek Mänd wrote:
xHTML 1.0 strict and valid css.
But though only IE shows up like I like it.
Not Opera7.50PR1, not Mozilla1.6.
> http://www.hot.ee/idaliiga/bronn1test.htm

Like I mentioned in de.comm.infosystems.www.authoring.misc, it works in
Mozilla 1.3.


I just checked downstairs with Mozilla 1.3 and 1.4 on other computers
and it *isnt fine*. It looks the same as by Mozilla 1.6, where tehe
elements are not positioned but come like simple inline unpositioned text.

Would You please be able to upload the screenshot of what You see
in Your Mozilla1.3 somehere on the web?

What I see (and isnt acceptable) is
http://www.hot.ee/idaliiga/bronn1tes...nshotMoz13.gif

What I see with IE is
http://www.hot.ee/idaliiga/bronn1test.gif

Hoping to see screenshots from You.

TIA =D
Jul 20 '05 #3

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Marek Mänd wrote:
Matthias Gutfeldt wrote:
Marek Mänd wrote:
xHTML 1.0 strict and valid css.
But though only IE shows up like I like it.
Not Opera7.50PR1, not Mozilla1.6.

> http://www.hot.ee/idaliiga/bronn1test.htm

Like I mentioned in de.comm.infosystems.www.authoring.misc, it works
in Mozilla 1.3.

I just checked downstairs with Mozilla 1.3 and 1.4 on other computers
and it *isnt fine*. It looks the same as by Mozilla 1.6, where tehe
elements are not positioned but come like simple inline unpositioned text.

Would You please be able to upload the screenshot of what You see
in Your Mozilla1.3 somehere on the web?

What I see (and isnt acceptable) is
http://www.hot.ee/idaliiga/bronn1tes...nshotMoz13.gif

What I see with IE is
http://www.hot.ee/idaliiga/bronn1test.gif

Hoping to see screenshots from You.

TIA =D


Hi,

this correction seems to help:

..step1regform-flightdestinationspassengercounts .clientarea label{

(notice the blank)

Klaus
Jul 20 '05 #4

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Klaus Krtschil wrote:
Marek Mänd wrote:
this correction seems to help:
.step1regform-flightdestinationspassengercounts .clientarea label{
(notice the blank)


Thank You!
I was very tired since worked the old day and night long and wasnt
unable to notice it since the confusion was added by IE too. You saved
me hours of time, You were very helpful. Danke! =D
Jul 20 '05 #5

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