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Von: Manipulation

Mon, 02 May 2011 23:13:30 +0000

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Von: Dirk

Tue, 22 May 2007 08:03:55 +0000

So viel Aufwand nur für den dummen IE

Von: Baustellen | | Zielpublikum Weblog

Fri, 09 Jun 2006 12:05:34 +0000

[...] Nur, ihr mal seht, dass wir alle unser Web-Päckchen zu tragen haben. Ein paar andere Dinge, wie die Sache mit 404 und Wordpress sind ToDos, das ist was anderes. Und manche Dinge, wie dieses blöde Darstellungsproblem im Zusammenspiel mit dem Link-Indication-Plugin (auf das ist nicht mehr verzichten will!), sind eben so - kann man nichts machen, Kröte muss man schlucken. [...]

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Tue, 06 Jun 2006 08:10:36 +0000

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Von: Sascha Postner

Thu, 27 Apr 2006 18:30:18 +0000

Hello Irene, thank you for your comment. I totally understand your issue. And I agree. Of course it is still a stupid thing, that not all Browsers act the same and one can feel free to dislike this "solution" ;-). Anyway one could be limit the css class to the Contentarea which you as an editor use. in example #content .maintext a.liexternal {wired-css-stuff-here} A not so easy idea could also be to break such extra large links in the middle with an additional little skript (I did such thing ones for a small sidebar - like this one here). Or you just import the brilliant IE7-lib of Dean Edwards, which makes the IE standard compliant (by the way, I have never checked if the behaviour of IE or Firefox is standard compliant - we just get so sloppy in trusting Mozilla :-D) So there are solutions everywhere... :-)

Von: Irene

Thu, 27 Apr 2006 15:21:18 +0000

I'm not sure is a good idea. At least in blogs I was designed, were I'm not author, I can't use this solution because I can't limit link extension. I prefer the inicial error and not lines like this: text, large link large link large link large link large link large link text text text text text text text text text text text text text anyway, thanks for sharing!

Von: Sascha Postner

Tue, 25 Apr 2006 04:40:33 +0000

@Michael: Nice! I did not have the time to test this yet. :-) I should modifiy my article soon.

Von: Michael

Mon, 24 Apr 2006 20:42:19 +0000

Thanks again for this article. In the meantime I have found out that the Opera browser moves the links a few pixels to the top when you use "display: inline-block". Therefore I recommend to use conditional statements to apply inline-block. See Inline Wrap Bug of Internet Explorer for details.

Von: Software Guide » Inline Wrap Bug of Internet Explorer

Mon, 24 Apr 2006 20:30:10 +0000

[...] The blue moped bloghas evaluated this issue and recommends the following solution: Using display: inline-block in the CSS: a.liexternal { background: url(images/icon.gif) no-repeat right; padding-right: 10px; display: inline-block; } [...]