but it is a function of the css file and the html code on that page. It works fine on http://www.apcug.net/APCUG/management/index.htm
Now it is true that the ones that work use http://apcug.net/style10.css
and the one that does not uses http://apcug.net/style10g.css
, but I have tried http://apcug.net/style10.css
on the test page and while the two column stuff in 10g dont work the menu bar that is my problem has the same problem, and that is the longer the page gets, the more vertical the menu bar grows. To see this in action go to the bottom of the right column and select show earlier items, and the bar is HUGE.
In Firefox it displays
In IE it displays
Here is the HTML code for the first three items:
<div id="newsdate">September 30</div>
<div id="newstitle">APCUG Reports</div>
APCUG Reports Q4 is online and available
<div id="newsdate">September 7</div>
<div id="newstitle">10 days left till Software Freedom Day</div>
APCUG Region 3 Advisor Robert Vance reports that CPUser Group in the Pittsburgh PA area has
>this list of presentations</a> (PDF file) for Software Freedom Day.
<div id="newsdate">August 22</div>
<div id="newstitle">2011 Elections</div>
APCUG is looking for candidates for election to the Board of Director or Board of Advisors.
Do you know anyone in your group who might fill the bill? If so
lease click here</a>.
The deadline for nominations is Sept. 15th.
If I have just those three the bar is fairly reasonable, but if I have 30 of them (either 10 copies of those three, or 30 with that same structure, in IE the bar is very deep, but in Firefox it is fine.
It is almost like in table statements if you have text that is not in a <td></td> area, it appears at the top of the table.
I certainly have blank lines between the </div> of one entry, and the <div id="news"> of the next item. Are these blank lines somehow floating to the top and making the menu bar deeper in IE, but not in Firefox, and if so what can I do about it, because I need to be able to clearly identify each new entry
The format for a news entry is