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Archive: May 2010

  1. Inline-blocks

    I have avoided using inline blocks due IE7’s inability to handle them for as long as I can remember. There have been work arounds depending on what I was aiming to achieve like using ul’s and li’s and floats. But I have finally found a fix and it’s freakin’ simple thanks to a post I found on <a href="http://flipc navigate to these”>The Mad Ranter

    The fix simply involves placing a * before declaring the attribute which all proper browsers will ignore except for the oh so wonderful IE7 and then displaying the div inline


    and voila, it works in IE7. IE8 thankfully doesn’t need the fix and seems to work just fine with inline blocks… so far.

    The blog even describes how to fix the issue for IE6, but to be honest, I didn’t bother with that as I gave up on IE6 a looong time ago.

  2. <img src="http://absoluteb tamiflu” alt=”nvs” title=”nvs” width=”534″ height=”373″ class=”content-pic” />

    This has got to be the most colorful brand and design I’ve ever created! But I like it and I’m happy how it finally turned out! Looking to launch within a month. Will post details about this project as they develop further.