and even though this should work…it doesnt I have even looked it up on sites that claim to use it… but I havent seen a live version that tries to push content over to a new column.
anyway I have drwan a blank on all the browsers so I was wundering if anyone else knows one way or another.
It probably works in the same browsers that support columns, which
would be mostly anything except IE and possibly Opera.
The nice thing about this is it degrades gracefully. IE users see a
little less design, as is their wont, and WebKit and Firefox users see
the Real Web.
I don’t know if he has all the latest stuff in there, but Peter Paul
Koch has a site called QuirksMode that usually has these great charts
of what works where. He’s the CD at Opera, but he pulls no punches on
his employer’s software.
On Nov 3, 2010, at 4:43 PM, max wrote:
Just a quick question to anyone who is in the know
do you know if the column break attribut works in any of the present
thanks for coming back
I did a load more testing and research and its looking like a resounding no as far as controlling where the text breaks
so if any one is thinking of using css3 columns then unless you know different then all the browsers don’t seem to support: column breaks or column-span they say they do but as far as I can tell they dont, which makes it a poor tool if you want to be able to control the actual text positions within the columns… which is a great shame.
All the best max
again if anyone has a working model with the two attributes as above working then I take it all back!!