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CSS Problem Solving Survey

Krista Stevens

January 27, 2006 at 1:12 PM

Christopher Schmitt, Ethan Marcotte, Lisa McMillan, Dave Shea and Charles Wyke-Smith would like you to share your CSS problems. Their SXSWi panel, entitled "CSS Problem Solving" aims to tame real live CSS problems brought forward by people working in the wild world of web design. They're looking for input to shape the focus of their panel. If you've got a moment to spare and a problem to share, complete their short survey.

Comments

Ted Drake

February 2, 2006 at 8:56 AM

I have one mystery that I haven't figured out yet. I use borders all the time for setting up my css. Sometimes, when I remove the borders, I get strange results that are not box-model related in Firefox. It's been a while since it has happened, so I can't give you any details. Do you know of any border related bugs in Firefox. My memory is that the borders almost gave the page a has-layout like behavior...in Firefox.

Krista Stevens

February 2, 2006 at 10:59 AM

Hi Ted, To make sure your thoughts are captured, be sure to share your CSS concern via the survey.

Teresa

March 11, 2006 at 3:34 PM

I can't seem to control the 'select' element on a form using css. Any ideas?

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