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Stef Nighthawk:-
Isn't it normal that vertical align doesn't work in browsers other than IE because of the fact that websites should be considered "documents"?
Of course you could say that there is a difference in media "print" or "screen". But I think W3C assumes that "screen"-documents should be read the same as printed documents.

my 2cc
(07.02.2005, 13:37)

The inline-block and vertical-align are part of the w3c css2 spec. IE is the only browser to follow the recommendations.
This is an inline formatting style that should be available in all browsers.
(07.02.2005, 18:44)

(02.05.2005, 21:13)

Vidar Petterson:-
I am making a website where I want the user to be able to increase the font size by pushing a button. Any idea how to make an active CSS?
(13.10.2005, 10:03)

Explorer example one: does not use valid CSS.(just follow the validation link)
(03.11.2005, 03:36)

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