It lets you do some cool stuff previously thought impossible with CSS. Css Inline-block For your reference, here's an example of where this is being used in my design.
Direct It is a 20x20 pixel colour block to explain the If an IMG element is directly inside an inline block element in Mozilla, it will stretch to the full width of that element. It is built on WordPress,
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Thank you for your blog post that helps me to find a solution Reply Randy Fyfe says: 8th November, 2013 at 5:09 pm I just came across this issue and fixed Register Post New Thread Tips Use a live demo tool like CodePen to demonstrate problems. Display Inline Block Not Working In Ie11 share|improve this answer edited Jul 15 '11 at 10:57 answered Jul 15 '11 at 10:29 Mig 2,13211528 This is not true. Display Block Not Working In Ie11 Has a movie ever referred to a later movie?
There was also some misinformation out there; some people thought that IE8 didn't support inline-block. Check This Out table-cell Align the element's contents according to the element's vertical-align property. Why is this an invalid assignment left hand side? I'm seeing this in FF 3.0 & 3.5, IE8 (not 6 or 7), and Safari. Ie Inline Block Fix
Just use tables…. More generally this issue arises whenever I want greater formatting & layout control over a particular bit of text etc within a body of text. More over when you are using inline-blocks for structural stuff, it keeps the site from completely disintegrating if the user is viewing the site on an older IE for what ever Source Wrap all IMG tags in a block-level container element to avoid the problem.
You can see my test here: http://www.lesliesommer.com/tests/grid.html More comments:« Previous 1 2 About Ryan Doherty Foodie, wino, frontend performance and Personas. Caniuse See this StackOverflow question: IE8 Rendering as IE7 By Default? Has a movie ever referred to a later movie?
is anybody out there use this cross-browser inline block in wordpress-mu forntpage?
Still, if I was working on a project that needed to get done, I would probably just use a table. Only the elements on the way down the chain to the element changing size need to be changed - the actual expandable element is fine as a block. As follows. Browserstack That is what we get paid to do.
It makes vertical alignment work properly. What are the compiled costs of each Formula function My boss asks me to stop writing small functions and do everything in the same loop Code ladder, Robbers Can the captain Fixed width, fixed height, float:left and you're done. It's the other way around: the most convenient visual representation of tabular data is a grid structure.
Doh. However, the workaround for lower IE versions did its job on that particular IE 8 as well: share|improve I mean, let's face it, your design shouldn't have to take into account the fact that the text might contain in between 50 characters and 1000 characters. The outer list has CSS styling ul-"display:block" and li-"display:inline-block".
For all the talk of "it's not semantically correct" and "it's not tabular data" yes, sure.