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Experts-Exchange Solution Accepted

Experts-Exchange

Experts-Exchange

Wow, my first Experts-Exchange accepted solution. Experts-Exchange is a website where people who are anywhere from user-level to guru-level can ask questions and post solutions.

The site used to be free, but I think they are now taking advantage of the increasing popularity it has enjoyed. Here's a link to the question that my solution was accepted for:

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Fixing Disappearing Text or Incorrect Element Widths in IE6

IE6 non-compliant behavior

IE6 non-compliant behavior

When testing my own blog in Internet Explorer 6, I noticed that the text inside some posts was randomly disappearing. An example of what this looks like in IE6 is to the left. There can be several reasons why this happens, but the main reason is that following a "floated" element, IE6 sometimes loses track of the width of elements that don't have a height specification, no matter what value it is.

A floated element is one, such as a DIV or SPAN, upon which a CSS rule specifying "float:left;", "float:right;", or "float:none;" has been applied. Hovering your mouse over such elements randomly causes them to reappear.

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