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    I was told that moz will incorrectly display my page and was suggested to remove the float and replace it with a standard table.

    /*edited, works fine w/mozilla firebird*/

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    Senior Member Maverick's Avatar
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    I'm not completely sure, but I would think the float property should work fine in mozilla, being that its a standard CSS2 property and mozilla fully supports CSS.
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    yeah its weird... I just dl'd mozilla firebird and it works beautifully, infact it works better then Iexplorer. In IE if you resize the window the layout disapears in portions. Mozilla is definatly a ncie browser working fine with my site

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    Member Borior's Avatar
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    Should work fine in Mozilla, NS < 5 is the one you want to watch with the dodgy float/box model. Oh and by the way, you missed out the second 'f' in fifth in the logo.

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