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float:right different in IE6 and Mozilla

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Unlike Mozilla, when float:right an item in IE6, it's sort of appending
a <br> after the float. You can see the difference here:

http://toylet.homeip.net/~toylet

Is there a way to stop IE6 from doing htat? Could I specify a right
margin to the float so that IE6 wouldn't do that?

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> Unlike Mozilla, when float:right an item in IE6, it's sort of appending
a <br> after the float. You can see the difference here:
http://toylet.homeip.net/~toylet


Solved. It has something to do with margin and padding for the big
heading. Really puzzling.

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Jul 20 '05 #2

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