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display:inline (form) works in IE but not in Netscape
the_nerd

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Msg#: 4539 posted 11:14 am on Sep 15, 2004 (gmt 0)

I have to display several buttons next to each other (in one line) - but every button has its own form-tag.

Works nicely in IE with form style = "display:inline;".

Just looked at the page in Neetscape 7: this own inserts a line break between the buttons/forms

Does anybody know another way to place forms next to each other (without using a table and putting every form into its own cell)

thanks, nerd.

 

Span

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Msg#: 4539 posted 11:21 am on Sep 15, 2004 (gmt 0)

display:inline; and a relative or absolute width, or give the forms a width and float them.

Rhys

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Msg#: 4539 posted 11:31 am on Sep 15, 2004 (gmt 0)

Hi -

My notes on display: inline; for NN6+ say :
It treats such an element as inline relative to the content before it (expected), but puts a linefeed after the element (not expected.) So it wont work happily at all.

You can surround the table with a form, and pop each button in a cell- yes?

the_nerd

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Msg#: 4539 posted 1:38 pm on Sep 15, 2004 (gmt 0)

You can surround the table with a form, and pop each button in a cell- yes?

<grumble>well... yes.</grumble>

Thanks, guys!

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