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Summary 0000405: Odd effect using <h1> on very small pages
Revision 2013-12-17 17:37 by Vincent Sanders
Description On pages with very little to display, use of the h1 tag causes an odd effect. Trying to maximise the page just causes it to grow very slightly. Continuous clicking on the maximise ion just causes the page to grow slowly until it reaches the height of the screen.
Revision 2013-12-10 17:41 by Vincent Sanders
Description On pages with very little to display, use of the h1 tag causes an odd effect. Trying to maximise the page just causes it to grow very slightly. Continuous clicking on the maximise ion just causes the page to grow slowly intil it reaches the height of th screen.

Create an HTML document containing just the following, and try maximising the screen: <html><body><h1>Text</h1><body><html>

The presence of a <head> makes no difference. The same effect can be seen with h5 and h6, but /not/ with h2, h3 or h4.

Netsurf Dev C1 #966 on RO 4.42 and on 6.20

Dave
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dave@starfiend.co.uk
Revision 2013-12-10 17:41 by Sourceforge Import placeholder
Description On pages with very little to display, use of the h1 tag causes an odd effect. Trying to maximise the page just causes it to grow very slightly. Continuous clicking on the maximise ion just causes the page to grow slowly intil it reaches the height of th screen.

Create an HTML document containing just the following, and try maximising the screen: <html><body><h1>Text</h1><body><html>

The presence of a <head> makes no difference. The same effect can be seen with h5 and h6, but /not/ with h2, h3 or h4.

Netsurf Dev C1 0000966 on RO 4.42 and on 6.20

Dave
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dave@starfiend.co.uk