Re: CSS for positioning
- From: Alfred Molon <alfred_molon@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 10 May 2010 21:50:12 +0200
In article <dorayme-6B19CB.16543810052010@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, dorayme
Without looking at the details and just guessing, the beaut thing
about inline boxes is that (if you don't over specify with the
CSS to hobble them) they are smart enough to cope with most
things you throw at them.
You were asking about thumbnails and some layout I made. Yes,
these were done with floats but are highly managed into same size
thumbs, classified in blocks according to general shape and good
for truly short captions.
Well, I gave a try to your design, but apparently it is not able to cope
with thumbnails with a variable width.
See for instance here:
All thumbnails are squeezed. Removing the width/height lock yields this:
And this is how the page should look like:
http://www.molon.de - Photos of Asia, Africa and Europe
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