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|IE div positioning woes|
| 7:28 am on Nov 27, 2011 (gmt 0)|
This is what I am using:
<div id="box" class="box" style="position:relative; width:650px; z-index:1 display:table-cell; vertical-align:top; margin-bottom: 50px;">
left col here
<div id="box" class="box" style="position:relative; width:300px; z-index:1 display:table-cell; vertical-align:top; margin-bottom: 50px;">
right col here
works brilliantly in Fox and Chrome,
but IE puts the second div vertically below the first div... (chrome/fox align them left to right)
so close... but yet so far, any suggestions?
| 3:59 pm on Nov 27, 2011 (gmt 0)|
style="position:relative; width:300px; z-index:1; display:table-cell; ...
You are missing a semi-colon (;) after the z-index rule that is preventing the following rule from being interpreted correctly.
However, it is still going to be a problem in IE7 and earlier (if that is of concern) as I don't believe it understands display:table-cell. For this you would probably need to float the columns.
Aside... may be a typo, but you have id="box" on both your elements.
[edited by: alt131 at 7:14 pm (utc) on Nov 27, 2011]
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