[TYPO3-english] html5 typo3 figure/figcaption ieProblem
Henjo Hoeksma | Stylence
me at henjohoeksma.nl
Thu Mar 14 20:53:34 CET 2013
On figcaption applying this CSS would do it:
width: auto; <-- always context sensitive
display: block; <-- makes sure it renders as a block element
You don't need the parent's width to do this.
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On Thu, Mar 14, 2013 at 7:31 PM, Christian Tauscher <
christian.tauscher at media-distillery.de> wrote:
> This message was postet in the German list bevore, without any
> response. Maybe you know more about this:
> If you cconfigure TYPO3 for html5, images are renderd this way:
> <div class="csc-textpic-imagecolumn csc-textpic-firstcol">
> <figure class="csc-textpic-image csc-textpic-last">
> <img src="bilde" width="100">
> <figcaption class="csc-textpic-caption">
> Vorfrühling im Allgäu_Öl Platte_1931_WVZ 153011
> <figure> doeas not have a fixed with, its the <img> that comes with that
> Now, if you have a long caption, it can be the caption is longer than
> the images width. The <figcaption> has no width - css: auto - so the
> figcaption may become wider than the image is. and figure (no with, too)
> will span wider.
> Result is: images in a line will fail to render propperly.
> This behavior is in ie7.
> "modern" Browsers render as expected (figcaption not wider than the
> image bevore), but this is wrong:
> Why should the successor render like a image bevor???
> <figure> itself should should be rendered with some with, bevore the
> browser-developer change this behaviour to be logic....
> For ie7 i have som little JS, that looks for figure and applay the width
> of the following image tho this.
> This is a bug-Fix, no real solution.
> Before I file this at forge, please guve me your opinion, if I am wrong
> or css_styled_content is.
> Thank you for your opinion,
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