The goal of this test is to identify presentation quirks of the CSS
display property by determining which values will cause a containing
<div> to collapse as far as its contents will allow–specifically in IE5 on the Mac.
Each logo instance below is contained in a
<div> which uses a unique display property. Every known value for the display property was tested to determine if any values would result in the desired behavior.
The results indicate that
display:inline-table is the only known value for the display property that will cause a block element, such as a
div, to shrink to fit an object it contains. If you are viewing this page with IE5.x on a Mac running OS 9, you should only see a complete, intact drop shadow on the instance below that uses
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