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At the site that I am putting together I have been using 1 celled tables inside of an inline frame to act as a title for each page. I have ran into a rather obnoxious problem with the difference between Safari and Firefox, loading tendencies.
The cell height fluxuates in height between the 2, which makes it impossible to use, since I either have to deal with a horizontal scrollbar in Firefox or a small gab of white space in Safari.
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[edited by: tedster at 11:38 am (utc) on June 25, 2004]
Another question might be why load a second document into an iframe when it just holds a title for the page? Maybe I missed something, but wouldn't you be better off bypassing the whole issue and just writing the title in the regular document?
As for writing the titles in the above frame, instead of the inline frame. I found the iframe a lot less messy.
It just seems really weird to me that a 21 pixel height cell would be 2 times as big in Firefox then Safari.
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
Failure to use the URL in your doctype will result in the page still being rendered in quirks mode.
Why are you using a one-celled table for your title? Mightn't a <div> or, better, an Hx tag be more to the point and less code?