On Sun, 7 Feb 2010, Kym Costanzo wrote:
> I've got a train wreck in IE6, so bad that my attempts to fix this are only
> making it worse. The site is great in IE7, IE8, Chrome, FF3. I really wish
> IE6 would just die already.
> I know some of the issues are stemming from the CSS navigation menu I got
> from a CSS menu site (haven't been able to master coding my own drop-downs
> in CSS), but it appears there's other issues compounding that. Any help
> would be really appreciated.
> Here's the site: http://americandancewheels.webscapersites.com/
First, fix the HTML errors.
Then remove the stylesheet and start from scratch, specifying only
what is absolutely necessary.
Why do you want to make the page too small for me to read?
That's what you do with font-size: 62.5%. Then you increase the
size so it is still to small for me to read comfortably.
Chris F.A. Johnson <http://cfajohnson.com>
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