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Viewing Floats on a cell phone

Thread began 9/14/2009 10:01 am by julie383376 | Last modified 9/14/2009 1:09 pm by julie383376 | 1916 views | 2 replies

Justin Nemeth

Instead of using a br and clear float, you can try applying 'overflow: hidden' to your #container div. That is an alternate (and cleaner) way to clear the floated elements. I am not sure why the page wouldn't work well on an iPhone. You can test using safari or chrome since they both run webkit just like the iPhone, and see if that reveals anything.

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