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display:-moz-inline-box Firefox problem

 
Jesse Torres
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Hello to all,

I added the following to my CSS:
<!--
display:-moz-inline-box; display: inline-block;
-->

Now text that uses previous CSS element does not wrap for Firefox. It does for IE. I've added the following:
<!--
white-space: -moz-pre-wrap;
-->

Still no luck.

Any help would be greatly appreciated,

Thanks,

sus
 
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Why are you using this property in the first place?

Eric
 
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Originally posted by Eric Pascarello:
Why are you using this property in the first place?

Eric


Hello,

I am using this property to prevent text from wrapping under the radio button.
For instance:

In IE it works fine
*Hello how
are you?

But in Firefox it doesn't:
*Hello how are you
asdfasdf

I have used a float for the radio button in conjunction with the display:inline-block. This has fixed the solution for IE but not for Firefox.

Thanks,
 
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