[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 8883] REGRESSION (14317-14333): input and span elements with the same CSS width are not the same width

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Sun May 14 05:41:31 PDT 2006


------- Comment #6 from qmay at mac.com  2006-05-14 05:41 PDT -------
(In reply to comment #5)
> Actually never mind.  That padding is incorporated into the textfield's width
> always, so this is purely caused by the textfield's default border/padding.
> Invalid.

A page developer must be able to describe content layout consistently and
predictably with CSS. If 2 boxes with width A, no padding or border, and
inter-margin B layed out horizontally are specified, it is expected that their
combined horizontal width is 2A+B. The reduction snippet is part of a larger
form layout where the alignment of fields must behave as described by the CSS.
If measurements and non-overridable padding, etc. need to be tweaked for WinIE
compatibility, then do it in quirks mode or include the non-CSS specifiable
padding and border in the box's inner measurement. Do things as per CSS specs
in strict mode.

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