How to float a horizontal list right with background image

I am trying to float an unordered list for a background image to the right of a div and I have almost have achieved it with the code below. However, I have had to use a fixed width to achieve this.... Read more

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Is it possible to place p tag inside a tag?

Is it possible to place tag inside tag? Also will W3C validator accept such attempt? If I'm correct, the p tag is block and a tag is inline, but I could change with CSS, couldn't I?... Read more

2 answers Best answer by Tony Crockford

what is the difference between these two lists?

Trying to get a horizontal navigation bar using a ul. Pretty straight forward, and something I've done plenty of times before. It is working just fine in every browser except of course IE6. I we... Read more

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1 answer Latest by Andy Ford almost 8 years ago

Change UL to something that sits inline a <p>?

I have two links (see the blue 'illustration' and 'animation' on the linked page) that trigger a js filter through framework.js - as you'll see they are just words with a paragraph of text but the ... Read more

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2 answers Best answer by Liam Brazier

IE 6 & 7 issue with displaying divs inline

RE this page: [http://www.rm-design.com.au/design/index.php][1] The thumbs display fine in FF, Chrome and IE 8 (inline, in rows), but in IE 6 & 7 the thumbs run in a single column down the p... Read more

2 answers Best answer by Jens Hedqvist

Inline CSS for Different Link States

Hi, I'm aware when catering for Outlook 2007 that you should place of all your CSS inline, rather than in the <head>, but how do you do this for multiple links states, like so: #footer... Read more

2 answers Latest by Steve Wilkison over 8 years ago

autocomplete css with image oddness in everything except firefox

I have some very odd problems with CSS in an autocomplete form which shows some basic text along with images. It works 100% fine in firefox, but not so fine in virtually everything other browser. ... Read more

2 answers Latest by Holden Thomas over 8 years ago

How do I add padding to subsequent lines of an inline text element?

On Doctype itself I've styled the headings to be inline, with a background colour and padding. Unfortunately this only pads the beginning and end of each headline. Is there any way to add padding a... Read more

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6 answers Best answer by Matthew Brindley