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    SitePoint Enthusiast Anakib's Avatar
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    IE and inline elements...

    Anybody has an idea of how to fix this IE-only problem?

    http://www.tsevdos.com/downloads/bestcinemas/ver2.html


    The problem are the list elemnts (li), which basickaly contain a huge link (a) element. Of course something is wrong with IE6, but unfortunately I don't know any work-arounds...

    Any ideas?

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    This is happening in ie because of the float.If you'll add float:none to lets say span (you'll have to add span too) between your <li>, it will work in ie also

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    Vasily I follow your instructions, but nothing happend... You can view the updated version here : http://www.tsevdos.com/downloads/bestcinemas/ie.html

    Any other ideas? Also if you preview the page in IE you can see below the footer the arrow images of the more text (.more class) which is absolute positioned... Maybe this will give you another clue...

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    What you could do is to add a height: 100% property to your a elements in your ul.
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