Testing: one, two, three
Bear with me, folks. I am hearing that text in 'boxes' (single table cell) is centered, and less readable than text outside the boxes (light text against dark background, which I am trying to avoid for longer entries due to problems for some reading this color/contrast combination.
With some help from the MT forum, I am trying to figure out if the 'centered' phenomenon is due to html formatting (my prob) or to the particular browser or operating system. MSIE6 seems to be a culprit, so far, where I also get reports that the screen cannot be scrolled.
UPDATE: Re scrolling: This is definitely an IE6 SCROLLING BUG
First reported in Issue No. 106, an unfortunate CSS scrolling bug afflicts MSIE6 for some users and may cut off text on some pages of this site. If text on any page is “cut off,” kindly hit Reload. Hitting F11 twice in quick succession seems to work as well. Microsoft’s engineers are aware of the problem and are working to solve it.
AND re centering: Also an MSIE6 issue, see here.
If you have a sec, drop me a comment re 'centered-not centered' appearance of text in the two boxes below. Let me know your browser and OS, too, please and thank you!
this cell is in center tags
This cell NOT centered