Yes. You read the post title correctly. It is not a mistake. The technique outlined below exists, and it’s cross-browser compatible (with the obligatory tweak or two for our dear friend Internet Explorer, of course). No more pesky clearing of floats. It’s CSS layout nirvana. And it’s here today.
I recently upgraded my mobile phone. Some might say this is hardly newsworthy; for me, however, it was quite a big deal because for the fist time in about a decade, I’d be moving away from the Finnish mobile giant Nokia. I’d been a devout fan of the Espoo-based handset manufacturer since I owned my trusty Nokia 6110. Over the years I migrated from handset to handset, each time upgrading ever so slightly to something a little better, a little more advanced. I’d like to share my experiences in owning these handsets.
A while back I was asked to do an HTML email with an active state rollover image. At first I thought it was impossible, since we all know it’s impossible. You can’t embed Flash movies or videos in HTML email, right? (although you can attach them, of course).