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I haven't had the same problems in any of the other browsers I test with: IE5/Win, IE5.5/Win, IE6/Win, NS6/Win, NS7/Win, Mozilla 1.2.1/Win, Opera6/Win, Opera7/Win -- the pages render perfectly on these browsers. And yes my code is always 100% W3C valid XHTML.
Has anyone else experienced this bizzare problem? I hope it's just a bug with Phoenix and not a coding mistake on my part :(
I guess I'll know if the problem is fixed with the next release of Phoenix. BTW this problem didn't occur with Phoenix 0.4/Win.
Gecko browsers ignore clear on <span> ...
(well, at least if you do clear:both after two floats, one left and one right)
Try wrapping the top part in a div... (if that makes sense?)
I was using a separate <div class="spacer"></div> to "clear:both" whenever I wanted to stop DIVs from floating and to goto a new line, but that's the wrong way to go about it apparently. I simply assigned the "clear:both" rule to the next DIV block that was to start on a new line, and everything works fine now.
I'm surprised that all of the other browsers, including earlier versions of Moz, tolerated my ill-educated practices!