Re: Strange behaviour
- From: Gabriël <leirbag@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 21 Dec 2005 15:01:23 +0100
With neither quill nor qualm, =?ISO-8859-1?Q?=22Gabri=EBl=40Home=22?= quothed:
I've been working on this for quite a long time now..
http://www.amdemo.com/testsite consists of 2 frames (top & main). I center the Flash element in the top frame and the table in the bottom frame. As long as the browser (FireFox or IE, doesn't matter) is not maximized the menu and the table are directly under each other. But then you maximize the bottom frame is 1 pixel left of the top frame in alignment.
Does anyone know what this behaviour can be? And how to solve it?
Please check http://www.amdemo.com/testsite and let me know!
In IE (XP) I get the offset whether the browser is maximized or not. In Mozilla I don't get it at all.
Take the align="center" out of <table> and center it with css (or <center> if you must.) Don't ever use align="center" in a table or div.
It seems I've really been up to date for a long time...
I hear never use tables, but use div's and now I can't use align="center" anymore... please, why? :)
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