Or 50 ways a web designer goes mad.
You might have noticed some changes going on to links and excerpts. (Don’t try the links button from this page. I haven’t rerouted it yet. Checkout excerpts first and take the button from there.) Right now both places are full of packing peanuts.
Well, if you look at those pages, you will find that the links list wraps around the left floated categories list, as does the default “Gratuitous Plug.” The only reason that the excerpts is ok (except for the default) is that there aren’t nearly as many.
It does it whether I use a div or a span, whether I declare it as a class or use it as an id and it doesn’t show up in Safari. Using float right to kick the other text over doesn’t work either and just makes the banner area go nuts.
So, why, you ask, do I think this should work? Because it did just before I deleted some of the codes that control the behavior of my definition lists and unordered lists. No kidding.
And get this: Putting those back didn’t help.
So, who’s up for pizza?