Sets the submenu to be overflown if the list gets awfully long. It has satellite dt boxes for some notes on the list.
It can handle more styling than a normal “ul li ul li” drop-down menu.
A bottom standoff for an absolutely positioned box, that is, a sort of margin beyond the box to allow for scrolling beyond the box.
Is there an overflow strategy for a fixed width table?
How to vertical align floating elements in two columns? Here I use "1px spacer floats" to accomplish cross-column vertical aligned pull-outs in an em-based flexible layout.
When elements (say, for a catalogue) have to build a “line”‚ and wrap like a text line, inline-block has some advantages over floating.
The dl used for link lists here on this site. Term and definition side-by-side and vertically aligned, an attempt.
An attempt for two columns with equal height.
We're discussing the needs of two columns with different em-width. IE6, FF1+, Op8 are fine. It breaks IE5Mac, though.
Gecko browsers attempt to render exactly, but this can lead to measurements and offsets with fractional pixels in some em-based designs, resulting in 1px overlaps and gaps due to rounding errors.
Firefox shows steps in text lines of a float when placed over an area with overflow:auto. Increase/decrease the text size. See also bugzilla.
Another dimensional bug with disappearing background.
When a float expands the wrapper of its parent.
For absolutely positioned elements, the percentage should be calculated with respect to its containing block. But what happens when the containing block is not the parent? Some browser fail ...
A stress for the shrink-to-fit algorithm ... then the resulting layout is undefined in CSS 2.1