Good morning, everyone.
I have just learned that our updated website design breaks our navigation bar in MSIE7 on 22" wide
monitors with 1680x1050 resolution and 96 DPI Windows settings. Several other MSIE7 configurations
are not showing this problem.
The page loads fine, and looks fine initially. But when the window is resized, the navbar under the
banner image remains in a fixed location, instead of moving with the rest of the layout.
This seems to be caused or triggered by position: relative; in the navigation.css, but without that
the navbar becomes rather useless.
I would greatly appreciate some help on this - hopefully some innocuous thing which would resolve
the entire issue smoothly. Note that except for our home page, we do not use separate stylesheets
for different browsers, nor is that an option here - so I need a solution which can be placed in the
existing stylesheet(s), would fix the IE7 sometimes issue, and not break everything else. On the
other hand, I no longer care if IE6 breaks. :)
I just had a vision of Don Quixote charging a windmill.
Specific page example:
the drop-down navigation bar does not move when the window is resized.
it uses http://library.ust.hk/css/navigation.css
If you have read this far - thank you. I sort of hope someone will read partway in and realize I
have missed something obvious.
I remain, yours in styled pain,
Edward F Spodick, Information Technology Manager
Hong Kong University of Science & Technology Library
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