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    i, on the other hand (or not?), i have set the tab size at two spaces, with the "Replace by space" option checked, and i use the tab key to get that two-by-two spaces indentation.

    have you tested the latest layout i've posted: #21 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by noonnope View Post
    i, on the other hand (or not?), i have set the tab size at two spaces, with the "Replace by space" option checked, and i use the tab key to get that two-by-two spaces indentation.
    Two characters instead of one -- tsk tsk

    Quote Originally Posted by noonnope View Post
    have you tested the latest layout i've posted: #21 ?
    I'm assuming what IE8 is showing me is what you are aiming for -- in FF the floated div appears under #main (which doesn't make any sense), in Opera it's on the far right side of the screen...in both Opera and webkit the third column is dropping down a line, and then there's the random px gap due to the rounding errors depending on width.

    Kinda funny it only works properly here in IE8.

    Of course it's zero-white space between div reliant, which is just bad coding. (I used to advocate the same approach for LI, but I changed my attitude on that as I learned more CSS.)

    Inline block can be very handy -- but it's just too broken for something like this to be practical.

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    it seems to me you are cheating.

    here's my screenshot. you'll see a consistent behaviour across browsers.





    Two characters instead of one -- tsk tsk
    there is a reason for it!

    Of course it's zero-white space between div reliant, which is just bad coding.
    you are cheating again!

    HTML Code:
    ><head>
    ... and more from were this one comes

    the floated div appears under #main
    i don't see it under, i see it next to, in the first inline-block div, its parent, but hey you could always try float:left to see.

    there's the random px gap due to the rounding errors depending on width
    that's the thing i'm trying to find a solution for


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