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Hello all.I'm having a css problem, and seening as I did everything I possibly could to try to fix it... I come here at last for some help. Well, lately, I've been trying to work with div's for some layout, ( find this very hard to do btw) and can up on some kind of problem:In Opera, a site that I'm working on, a cell is not vertically aligning to the top. Now, I have no idea why this is, I've tried: vertical-align:top, and several other methods as well, (probably has something to do with my div's being 'block') but I have no problems on firefox, netscape, ie, and Safari. can someone please help me to slove this problem? any input would be great :)here is the webpage: [Dead Link]The css and html code are all in the same page.

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Hello all.In Opera, a site that I'm working on, a cell is not vertically aligning to the top.
Can't see any difference out there with my browsers.It looks just the same with Opera 9 (Linux beta 241) , Firefox (Linux 1.5.0.2) and Epiphany (2.14.1),I mean just the same. :)Anyway, there is some margin and badding bugs in Opera 8.x versions, those bugs will be fixed in incoming Opera 9.
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Can't see any difference out there with my browsers.It looks just the same with Opera 9 (Linux beta 241) , Firefox (Linux 1.5.0.2) and Epiphany (2.14.1),I mean just the same. wink.gifAnyway, there is some margin and badding bugs in Opera 8.x versions,those bugs will be fixed in incoming Opera 9.
well, I guess it's cause I'm using a older version of opera.Version: 8.52 Build: 7721 Platform: Win32 System: Windows XPI know it's not a padding or margin problem, I just can't get the right cell tovertically align to the top.
this is what i didtd.right_box {vertical-align: top;}and it worked for me. Try it see if it works.
I already tried that. Infact, that's is the way I have it right now... but it's still not working.This is how I see things in Opera (just a piece of the page), the Contents on the rightsite are suppose to be aligned to the top:[Dead Link] Edited by RahXephon
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well, I guess it's cause I'm using a older version of opera.Version: 8.52  Build: 7721  Platform: Win32  System: Windows XPI know it's not a padding or margin problem, I just can't get the right cell tovertically align to the top.I already tried that. Infact, that's is the way I have it right now... but it's still not working.This is how I see things in Opera (just a piece of the page), the Contents on the rightsite are suppose to be aligned to the top:http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y268/HYPNOTOAD000/img13.jpg

Very strange, but 8.52 is quite old (February 17, 2006).You can install any count of Operas (different versions), just install each to own directory. I mean if You need to test is it fixed in newer Opera.Here is a shot how Opera 9 is seeing Your page:http://raimo.atspace.org/rahxephon.htmlAll looks good, I think?Different Opera versions can be found:http://snapshot.opera.com/windows/edit:aaarggh! fixed link :) Edited by raimo
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Very strange, but 8.52 is quite old (February 17, 2006).You can install any count of Operas (different versions), just install each to own directory. I mean if You need to test is it fixed in newer Opera.Here is a shot how Opera 9 is seeing Your page:http://raimo.atspace.org/rahxephon.htmlAll looks good, I think?Different Opera versions can be found:http://snapshot.opera.com/windows/edit:aaarggh! fixed link :)

Thanks a lot for that raimo! Very helpful information.It's nice to know that newer versions of Opera display the content correctly.But I'm still highly bent on making it work on older versions of Opera aswell (atleast for the Versions that I have).edit: Nevermind, I got it working. It seems like the problem was causedfrom the contents being 'block' :) (I had to play with it some more) but I got it... Thanks for all the replies. :)
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