As said previously, it's not the measurement units themselves it's
inconsistency across the board and I believe it's to do with the
compatibility mode in internet explorer.
Basically what microsoft have done is sacrifice basic standards for the sake
of running proprietary scripts and extensions.
This in no way advances the cause of web standards at all and sets the clock
There was a time when many authors praised microsoft for their powerful
implementations, often incomplete but way ahead of the pack in terms of
providing the basics but now it seems they are falling behind as others'
have implemented things more cautiously microsoft have to please a
non-discerning constituency that don't care about the future.
"rob^_^" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I have intellisence, but I still use the validators.
> I know I can make mistakes and test accordingly.
> (believe it or not, the w3c, total and tidy validators aren't perfect)
> so how many dots per inch are there in 20% of 50px?
> If you are talking about rounding errors in the calculation of
> line-height, this is known and there are no planned fixes (see
> connect.microsoft.com) as the variance is on 1px in 17 lines which is not
> detectable to the naked eye.
> "muswell" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> "rob^_^" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>> Don't hold the Ctrl key while you are scrolling or perhaps your keyboard
>>> has a sticky ctl key.
>>> "muswell" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>>> If a scrollbar is present on a web page rendered in internet explorer,
>>>> the size of elements change.
>>>> This does not happen in the other browsers and is something that should
>>>> be addressed and fixed accordingly.
>> You're not serious are you?
>> Do you know anything at all about web standards?