Ask for the padding under ie6.

140 3

Look at the code below.

<div id="pageFooter">
 <ul id="copyrightInfo" class="left">
 <li><?php echo S_PDD?></li>
 <li><?php echo S_SUPPLIER;?></li>
 <li><?php echo S_COPY_RIGHT;?></li>
 </ul>
 <ul id="aboutAgreement" class="right">
 <li><a href="agreement.php"><?php Msg(S_AGREEMENT);?></a></li>
 <li><a href="about.php"><?php Msg(S_ABOUT);?></a></li>
 </ul>
 <div class="cf"></div>
</div>

Then the css section.

#pageFooter{
 background-color:#6FC6F0;
 padding:10px;
}

At the bottom of the magic ie6, there's a double double in the bottom of the padding.
Note: some.
So far, I think sf is really good, and there are any questions to ask you to ask, really, admin see nothing. But there's a problem. It isn't true. I'll ask you if you want to get a reference to the next student.

3 Answers

97 4

I don't have any problems with the css given, but there's no problem with css.
In display:inline 6, there's often a double margin or padding where the floating element can be used to solve the problem of.
As a result, I guess the problem of is in .left or .right. If not, then .cf is suspicious. Is cf clear the float? If you're clearing the floating recommendation, add:

overflow: hidden; height: 0;

It should be ok.

114 0

I don't have any problems with the css given, but there's no problem with css.
In display:inline 6, there's often a double margin or padding where the floating element can be used to solve the problem of.
As a result, I guess the problem of is in .left or .right. If not, then .cf is suspicious. Is cf clear the float? If you're clearing the floating recommendation, add:

overflow: hidden; height: 0;

It should be ok.

77 2

It shouldn't be a problem.

<div id="pageFooter" class="cf">
...
</div>
133 5

It shouldn't be a problem.

<div id="pageFooter" class="cf">
...
</div>
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