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Old September 13th, 2006, 11:05 AM
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I am having compatibility problems between IE & Firefox on this page: http://www.tufts-nemc.org/icrhps/res...rc/default.asp
In firefox it spreads the spacing too far. Can anyone suggest a work around? I also have other issue with firefox, anyone have any suggestions to good reading materials?

Here is the css:

ul#brcthispage{
list-style:circle;
line-height:1.5em;
}

and the code:
<ul id="brcthispage">
<li>Meta analyses</li><br />
<li>Publication bias</li><br />
<li>Predictive modeling</li><br />
<li>Geographic and spatial analyses</li><br />
<li>Analysis of longitudinal data</li><br />
<li>Bayesian computation</li><br />
<li>N-of-1 studies</li><br />
<li>Statistical genetics</li><br />
<li>Environmental statistics</li><br />
<li>Survey and experimental design</li>
</ul>

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Old September 13th, 2006, 11:56 AM
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I don't find that selector. The list I think you refer to seems to have the ID "thispage".

Anyway, the problem is with your HTML. Delete all the BR tags you've put between the LIs. You can't have any other elements than LIs within UL. A validator would have told you.
http://www.htmlhelp.com/cgi-bin/vali...=yes&input=yes
You should check your CSS too.
http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/v...usermedium=all

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quote:I also have other issue with firefox, anyone have any suggestions to good reading materials?
No, but make sure the code is correct first. Then check if you need to control things like margins and padding where browsers' default styling may differ. Lastly hack for IE if necessary. :)

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Thank you for the response. As you can see I am very inexperienced. Although I did realize that after I posted it. Funny thing tho, IE didn't pick it up but firefox did!

vferratusco





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