On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 08:34:11PM +0100, Manuel Kasper wrote:
> And besides, I happily admit to the world that the m0n0wall webGUI has
> been designed to look best with Microsoft Internet Explorer on Windows.
> Yes, that's right. I figured that the largest part of the prospective
> m0n0wall users (and it was never designed for cracks/*nix users who
> would just as well be able to set up a similar system manually on their
> own) would probably use that browser. I still think it looks OK with
> other browsers like Mozilla or Apple's Safari - as long as the
> necessary fonts (Tahoma...) are installed.
> Clean-room HTML (as in: works at/in/on all text
> sizes/resolutions/fonts/platforms/browsers/...) doesn't work in the
> real world... at least it always clashes with pixel-perfect looks -
> something I'm pretty fond of. :)
Have you considered using a combination of <div> elements and CSS to get
the pixel perfect positioning you want? That works well in modern
browsers, and degrades gracefully.
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