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  1. So, I'm not smoking crack or seeing things -- it comes down to a browser-issue? I understand why a <P> element would clear after the containing block, but before doesn't make sense to me. Which browser renders the <P> correctly -- FireFox 1.0.7 or IE 6?Using <SPAN> elements would be fine; would just require additional markup in my CSS, but otherwise sounds like it should work.Thanks!Spamboy
  2. I am having a heck of a time with my <DIV> elements in Firefox.In my code, I have a containing <DIV> that is 200px wide by 600px tall. In that area, I want to have three 200px by 200px boxes. I can render these fine -- until one of the boxes contains text enclosed in <P> elements. In Internet Explorer, these display fine. In Firefox, not so well.When I add <P> within one of my three 200px wide/tall <DIV> boxes, some strange things happen in Firefox. A gap is produced above these <DIV>s, which has the effect of shoving my content down unexpectedly. But if I apply a visible border, then all is well -- but I don't want a border or the added width it brings to my smaller boxes. As I said, these display "as I expect" them to in IE -- how can I get around this issue in Firefox?A link to my code can be found here: http://www.spamboy.com/firefox_error.htmlMy browser versions:-- Firefox 1.0.7-- Internet Explorer 6.0Any help is appreciated, thanks!Spamboy
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