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<LI> bullet misplaced

From: Juan Lanus <juan.lanus@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2007 10:18:50 -0300
Message-ID: <ae65f3f20712170518h4f1605d8p8e2049b7c0f0adf6@mail.gmail.com>
To: www-amaya@w3.org
See the attached image. It depicts the rendering by Firefox and by Amaya. In
Amaya the lower bullet is misplaced.
This is an example, it also happens with <img> instead ot <pre>.
The code is below:
  <li>Do we have the numbers needed for creating a test account in the
    sandbox: "state", "federal tax id" or "social security number", "zip
    code", "phone number", ... </li>
  <li>What is the difference between what we are doing and <a
    Checkout Sample Code</a>? </li>
  <li><pre class="small80 imgR"># The CalcHmacSha1 function computes the
hmac-sha1 signature that you need
# to send a Checkout API request. The signature is used to verify the
# integrity of the data in your API request.
# @param $data message data
# @return $hmac value of the calculated hmac-sha1
function fn_CalcHmacSha1($data, $key) {
    $blocksize = 64;
    $hashfunc = 'sha1';
... several lines deleted ...
} </pre>
    A site might be running ASP pages in a UNIX box. This is in fact a
    more serious way to use ASP. The problem is that COM objects (like
    GCrypt.g_crypt.2) might not be available in such environment.
The involved classes:
@media all { ...
  .small80 th {
    font-size: 110%;
  .imgR {
    float: right;
    margin-left: 2em;

The same happens if the <li> content is placed inside a <p>.
Juan Lanus
"Focus on the user and all else will follow"

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Received on Monday, 17 December 2007 13:19:09 UTC

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