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Nicole Sullivan, the pioneer of object-oriented css, uses this:
overflow: hidden; *overflow: visible; zoom: 1;
Inuit.css uses a mix-in that generates before and after pseudo elements
Twitter Bootstrap uses the same thing (except it adds a line-height for opera)
// Fixes Opera/contenteditable bug:
**Which do you prefer?**
The second method seems more bloated and I am not sure if it would work in Internet Explore 7 due to the display: table property. The first method is more concise but that doesn’t mean its better.
I usually use this one:
In the event that I have already used up my `::after` pseudo-element, or I need to support ancient browsers, I would use `overflow: hidden;` or `overflow: auto;` depending on the situation.
I guess my follow up question is: Is there a place you can recommend with global statistics on browser usage? This company is not running any type of analytic program and I would like to keep the size of the file down.
I have this in my stylesheet:
Then I just add the class “group” the the element to have it clear (don’t use Compass).
Just my 2 cents.
Thank you for all your help everyone. It is much appreciated.
you don’t need to give it a dimension for overflow: hidden to work
Make css as below:
After completion of any floating div, call clear div…
I use the same technique as pratikbhatt2009, apart from semantics of having empty divs is there anything wrong with this?
Always curious to know best practices
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