id,summary,reporter,owner,description,type,status,priority,milestone,component,version,resolution,keywords,cc 515,Tables are rendered in quirks mode,Alfonso Martínez de Lizarrondo,,"This is a strange behavior: Set in the config file a doctype to trigger standards mode like {{{ FCKConfig.DocType = '' ; }}} now go to edit and in the source mode insert this test code {{{
If this is rendered in standars mode it will have the same width as the red bar
 
 
Text outside the table
Text in the table
If this is rendered in standards mode the text size inside the table will be the same as this one.
}}} Expected results: the content is rendered using the standards mode. Actual results: [[BR]] Firefox: divs OK, but the font in the table isn't inherited.[[BR]] IE6: divs OK (so it's using the correct box model), but again the fonts are wrong inside the table. [[BR]] Opera 9.2: the same behavior, divs OK, table wrong. That doesn't make sense, if the page is rendered in standards mode then the styles should be inherited in the table (and checking the compatMode in Firefox show that it's set right) Now use full page mode (example 7), the full page content now is: {{{ Quirks test
If this is rendered in standars mode it will have the same width as the red bar
 
 
Text outside the table
Text in the table
If this is rendered in standards mode the text size inside the table will be the same as this one.
}}} And now the results are: [[BR]] Firefox: no change, divs OK, tables wrong [[BR]] IE6: wops!, divs OK AND tables OK. everything works. [[BR]] Opera: as IE, now both divs and tables OK, everything works [[BR]] What's more, trying to get a testcase to find if this is a problem with designMode itself shows it correctly in Firefox also {{{
If this is rendered in standars mode it will have the same width as the red bar
 
 
Text outside the table
Text in the table
If this is rendered in standards mode the text size inside the table will be the same as this one.
}}} ",Bug,closed,Normal,FCKeditor 2.5 Beta,General,FCKeditor 2.4.2,fixed,Confirmed,